The Wii U version has a few unique bells and whistles thanks to its GamePad controller. The GamePad screen can act not only as an overhead map that shows were you and your opponents are on the map and what rank you are in, but it also includes a small window that shows what is behind you. It will also track your weapons when they are fired.
One of the benefits of the screen mounted on the GamePad is that it allows players to continue playing on the controller when the TV is not available. Conversely, it also allows up to five players to play locally with one on the controller and four playing split-screen on the TV.
Check out all the features in the trailer below:
Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is set to release alongside the console on November 18.