The indie studio behind Absolute Drift, Funselektor is bringing car racing fans yet another game that puts them behind the wheels of iconic cars from the ’60s to the ’90s. The new game is called Art of Rally and is heavily inspired by the golden era of rally.
Art of Rally is out now on PC via Steam, Epic Store, and GOG for $25 / €21 / £19.5. The deluxe version of the game costs $36 / £28 / €30 and includes the original soundtrack and Wallpaper DLC. Prices for the classic and deluxe editions include a 10% discount that’s only available at launch.
The game features more than 50 iconic cars and includes both a single-player campaign and online leaderboards challenges. In Art of Rally, players will travel all across the world and drive through beautiful and soothing environments inspired by Finland, Italy (Sardinia), Norway, Japan, and Germany.
Newcomers and veterans to the genre alike can choose from a large pool of impressive rally cars from the 60’s to the ’90s, as they engage the tightest hairpins with options to fine-tune the stability, countersteer, and anti-lock braking assist, as well as choosing automatic or manual transmission.
Those who lack the competitive spirit will be able to dive in into the Career mode, which takes players back in time during the golden years of rally from the early ’60s to the iconic Group B regulation era, locations (60 stages), and vehicles (50+) as they progress as a top racer.
However, players who are ready to measure themselves against the world, have the choice to take on the feature daily and weekly challenges, with leaderboards ranking those up to the task.
Last but not least, a Photo and a Replay mode are available for players to share their best action shots or keep the memory of a golden sunset from their favorite location.
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