'Team Sonic Racing' Reveals Its Robust Car Customization In New Video

New Team Sonic Racing Details Announced At SXSW 2019

This year sees a newer version of Sonic hit the tracks, in the form of Team Sonic Racing.

During the SXSW panel for Sonic the Hedgehog, Sega's Takashi Iizuka confirmed at the very end that the next Sonic game is in development.

At a SXSWGaming panel, SEGA revealed some new details about the upcoming Team Sonic Racing.

In Team Sonic Racing, players can customize their vehicles with mod pods, power ups, and other personalization options like paint job alterations, new vehicle skins, and custom horns.

Developed by Sumo Digital, Team Sonic Racing is the ultimate arcade and fast-paced competitive style racing experience, featuring your favorite characters and environments from across the Sonic Universe. In addition to that, they also revealed and dropped the first part of their Team Sonic Racing Overdrive animation, directed by Tyson Hesse who's known for his work on the Sonic Mania Adventures animated series.

Completing a race will net players some in-game currency and prizes, which will unlock vehicle parts including wheels, various performance and handling mods, and rare gold parts. Although it'll probably be a few months at least, given that the majority of last weekend's panel was spent discussing Team Sonic Racing. It's not exactly Gran Turismo, but the customization actually looks pretty deep for far a kart racer. To pre-order the physical edition of Team Sonic Racing, please visit www.teamsonicracing.com.



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