Nexon started accepting pre-registrations for its upcoming game KartRider: Drift on August 18, 2022. When the party racing game launches, those who register during pre-registration will receive a unique character, Model Student Diz.
The game, accessible on PC (Steam and Nexon Launcher), Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and mobile (iOS and Android) will soon undergo a cross-platform playtest.
Regardless of the platform players choose to play on, KartRider: Drift offers a variety of game modes and features that give thrilling racing action. Players can choose various game modes, such as the frantic Speed Mode, where they must improve their reflexes and racing strategies.
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The Item Mode will let racers tinker around with different usable items to bring on the pain for opposing teams. On the other hand, the Custom Race allows players to race with their buddies to see who will be crowned champion. Finally, racers can challenge their friends in “Custom Race.”
Players can claim a platform-exclusive character and kart within 90 days of the game’s official release. Additionally, within 60 days after the game’s release, players can redeem Model Student Diz, an exclusive item found only in KartRider: Drift.
KartRider: Drift inspired by earlier titles in the franchise
Karts in KartRider: Drift can be altered to meet each player’s style, and the game’s vibrant, colorful graphics are sent right to racers’ displays. There will be a unique character and kart related to each of the platforms KartRider: Drift will launch on (Nexon Launcher, Steam, Xbox, PlayStation, iOS, and Android).
Since its 2004 release, the original KartRider has attracted more than 380 million gamers. The upcoming multiplayer kart racing party game drew inspiration from previous entries in the genre.
Regardless of the platform users select, KartRider: Drift offers free-to-play, online cross-platform gaming and progression to challenge friends. With an official league beginning in 2005, the game has built a strong brand across Asian countries and a significant eSports presence in Korea. It is still the eSports league with the longest history.