‘Fast Racing Neo’ is a Futuristic Racer Exclusive to Wii U, First Screenshot Inside

By   /   Sep 16, 2014

Shin’en Games, the German Based developer behind titles like Art of Balance, Nano Assault and Jett Rocket took to twitter to announce its upcoming Wii U exclusive game Fast Racing Neo. This is a follow up to the 2011’s release of Fast Racing League.

According to Shin’en Games, more information is expected sometime next week, and hopefully, it’s a trailer to give us a better look at the futuristic racer.

The image in question here, shows some impressive visuals and a desert setting. The attention to detail and lighting looks exciting too but we will have to wait a little longer and see the full product in action to be sure.

In related news, Art of Balance is releasing on the Nintendo eshop later this month for the Wii U. The physics based puzzler will let players enjoy 200 levels that will test your puzzle solving skills.

The game also features online multiplayer matches. The title will be out in Europe on September 25th and a North American Release date will soon be announced.

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