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It’s time to lay down some rubber as DRIFTCE launches on Xbox and PlayStation

driftce screenshot
DRIFTCE screenshot

We’ve known for a while that DRIFTCE would be coming to console with wheel support in house, but finally the time comes to get behind that wheel and lay down some serious rubber. 

Available today for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 players to get to grips with is DRIFTCE; a game that arrives on the back of the success of DRIFT21 on PC. 

It comes from 505 Games and ECC Games (they previously behind the likes of Car Mechanic Simulator) to ensure petrolheads on console get to prove their worth in driving sideways. Flicking the rear out and stamping on the loud pedal is something that never gets old, but in DRIFTCE it’s that drift that is the main draw. 

With a career mode to take in, some time attack, Gymkhana, solo run, free ride, sandbox and quick race events in place, DRIFTCE should well be able to cater for hours of power-fuelled sessions, as Xbox and PlayStation folk get behind the wheel of a fleet of cars. And you’ll be able to tweak those motors to your liking too, with more than 1800 replaceable parts present. 

This is drifter, and that means some of the most iconic drift vehicles will be present in DRIFTCE. There will be 12 cars in all, including the likes of the Toyota AE86, the Mazda MX5 and BMW E46 M3. Full car list…

  • • Toyota AE86
  • • Mazda MX5
  • • Nissan Silvia (S15)
  • • Subaru BRZ
  • • Mazda RX8
  • • BMW E46 M3
  • • Ford Mustang
  • • BMW E30 M3
  • • Nissan 350Z
  • • Mazda RX7
  • • BMW E92 M3
  • • Nissan 180SX (S13)
  • • BMW E36 M3

With upwards of a dozen tracks all recreated through Laserscan tech, there’s a chance that DRIFTCE will be the go-to console drifter, allowing you to power around the following circuits…

  • • EBISU Driftland
  • • EBISU School
  • • EBISU Minami
  • • EBISU North
  • • EBISU West
  • • EBISU East
  • • EBISU Togue
  • • Koszalin
  • • Haruna
  • • Training Ver.1
  • • Training Ver.2
  • • Parking
  • • Stadium Ver. 1
  • • Stadium ver. 2

We’ll be running review as soon as we can get behind the wheel of DRIFTCE, but for now you can find the download you need over at the Xbox Store, playing it on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. It’s on PlayStation too. Expect to pay £24.99 or so.

Game Description:

Prove your drifting skills against the best drivers on DRIFTCE, the brand-new drifting racing simulation game on consoles! Tune your favorite drift cars, change parts, boost their performance, and show your skills by competing against other drivers in breathtaking multiplayer challenges, to become a drift legend! Enter your garage and customize the drift car of your dreams by choosing engines, suspensions, wheels, etc: more than 1800 replaceable components are available for you. Tailor the performance of your car to your driving style just by swapping a few parts. Tune the visuals of your car to race with style! Change body kits, paint color and decals – you’ll create a drift car that’s one of a kind! Take part in demanding challenges that will put your drifting skills to the test. Play in solo or compete with other racers in the multiplayer mode, to decide who is the best drifter!

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