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Outright Games published a teaser trailer today with Race with Ryan, its Switch game featuring YouTuber Ryan ToysReview. Check out the video below.

Race with Ryan is due out for Switch on November 1.

Developer 3DClouds has announced that a new update for the Switch version of Xenon Racer has gone live. Version 1.0.4 is available, feautring a number of improvements.

First, Xenon Racer’s performance has improved. Other fixes have been implemented, and the AI has been tuned.

3DClouds says that it will have free content for Xenon Racer “soon”.

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SOEDSCO has shared a new video for Xenon Racer focusing on Boston and Lake Louise, two of the areas featured in the game. There are five tracks between them, including Boston 1000, Boston Port, Boston Downtown, Louise Bridge, and Lake Louise Forest. We have the video below.

SOEDSCO has shared a new video for Xenon Racer focusing on Dubai and Shanghai, two of the cities featured in the game. There are six tracks between them, including Dubai Beach, Dubai Downtown, Dubai Island, Dubai Festival, Shanghai Pudong International Airport, and Shanghai Oval. We have the video below.

SOEDSCO has shared a new video for Xenon Racer focusing on Miami and Tokyo, two of the cities featured in the game. There are seven tracks between them, including Miami Seaside, Tokyo Downtown, Tokyo Garden, Tokyo Highway, Tokyo EXPO, Tokyo Port, and Tokyo Skyscrappers. We have the video below.

3D Clouds’ and SOEDESCO’s futuristic racing game Xenon Racer now has a concrete release date on Nintendo Switch: it will be available both physically and digitally on March 26. Also, here’s a new trailer for the game:

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Xenon Racer boxart

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SOEDESCO has posted the boxart for Xenon Racer, which launches on Switch in early 2019. Take a look at the packaging shot above.

Today, SOEDESCO provided an update on the futuristic arcade racer Xenon Racer. In both North America and Europe, the game is on track for early 2019.

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Just like other consoles, All-Star Fruit Racing is arriving on Switch this summer. But the Switch version will be missing a key feature from other platforms: online play.

Developer 3DClouds took to Reddit and explained the situation in-depth. All-Star Fruit Racing is using Unreal Engine 4, which apparently doesn’t have any online-supported titles on Switch currently. If 3DClouds pursued online multiplayer for Nintendo’s console, the team would need to spend a lot of time and money to make it happen.

PQube has set a final release date for the kart racer All-Star Fruit Racing. In Europe, it’s arriving on July 13. The North American launch is planned for a month later on August 21.

All-Star Racing will be offered both physically and digitally. For more on the game, check out the overview and trailer below.