Fast paced music-based racer, Drive Any Track launches onto Steam Early Access on May 21
Drive Any Track, the game which takes your music library to build a series of tracks and decides which car you’ll race based on the music has made it out of Steam Greenlight and is blasting its way onto Early Access on May 21, the developers Foam Entertainment have announced. In addition to the announcement they’ve also unleashed the first gameplay video for the game too which takes some head thumping Dubstep/Drum n Bass to create a pretty awesome looking track.
In Early Access players will not only be able to purchase the game at a discount, they’ll be able to play through three musical genres currently available, Dance, Rock, and Urban. There’s also a selection of cars and liveries to play with including some hidden cars which you’ll have to figure out how to unlock.
Foam Entertainment want your support during the Early Access period as they add things such as more polished graphics and skyboxes, more “musicality” whatever that means.. and eventually add more music styles, cars, stunts, modes, and more.
You can check out the game on Steam right now, though the game won’t be available to purchase until May 21.