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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.

Xenon Racer due out in early 2019

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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.

Here’s an overview:

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.

After it was outed by a classification from Brazil and later hinted by Amazon UK, All-Star Fruit Racing has been officially confirmed for Switch. PQube will be handling publishing duties, with a release planned for July.

As the name implies, All-Star Fruit Racing is a kart racer featuring championships, unlockable characters, various modes, and more. Continue on below for additional details and today’s announcement trailer.

A rating for All-Star Fruit Racing on Switch was spotted in Brazil last month. With a new retailer listing, all we need is an official announcement from PQube.

Amazon UK now has a page up for All-Star Fruit Racing. That’s certainly interesting, as it confirms a physical version. The retailer also lists a tentative July 31 release window, so it’s looking like a summer launch.

All-Star Fruit Racing might be in development for Switch. Earlier this month, it was rated for release in Brazil. PQube will apparently be publishing, and as they’ve given quite a bit of support to Switch thus far, putting All-Star Fruit Racing on the system would make sense.

If the name didn’t give it away, All-Star Fruit Racing is a karting title. The game has single-player and multiplayer modes, including online multiplayer.

Here’s some additional information and a trailer: