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Xenon Racer has received its latest content update, adding in a new race location and racing team. Players can now drift in the dusty deserts of Nevada, the “Silver State”, on four additional tracks that can be raced in both directions.

Here’s an overview of the new tracks:

Publisher SOEDESCO has announced that a free content update is now available for Xenon Racer. Along with a frosty new location, it adds a new racing team. The Switch version was updated specifically to include a performance and quality mode as well as other stability improvements.

Here’s the rundown of the content update:

SOEDESCO and 3DClouds have announced post-launch update plans for Xenon Racer. The Switch game will be receiving new content in May, June, and July.

May’s update will add three new tracks and a new car. In June, players will be able to access new car upgrades. The final patch planned for July will bring along four new tracks and a new car.


Xenon Racer launched on various platforms a few days ago, including Switch. Unfortunately, the Switch version lags behind its other console counterparts when it comes to performance and visuals. Given the disparity between the launch trailer – which had been featured on the eShop – and the actual game, it felt like the game was not being advertised properly to potential buyers.

The good news is that the eShop trailer has been removed. Additionally, the team is working on a new Switch-specific video. Sales manager Jonathan Lowe has also promised that improvements are coming to improve the frame rate, reduce load times, and more.

To promote tomorrow’s launch on Switch, Xenon Racer has been given a new launch trailer. You can watch the latest video below.

Xenon Racer is coming to Switch, SOEDESCO and have announced. A release date has not yet been confirmed.

Xenon Racer promises electrifying arcade racing, all set in the year 2030. We have more details and the debut trailer below.

All-Star Fruit Racing

Before the launch of All-Star Fruit Racing, PQube and promised that the Switch version would be updated with online support. That has happened today with version 1.01, available to download now.

After applying the update, All-Star Fruit Racing will allow for matchmaking with random racers online and creating custom lobbies with friends. Local area network play is included as well.

Source: PQube PR

All-Star Fruit Racing

Last month, All-Star Fruit Racing developer said that the Switch version wouldn’t have online play. Essentially, the studio mentioned that it would be tough to implement as an Unreal Engine 4 title and would require a lot of time and money to make it happen.

Regardless of what was originally the case, publisher PQube today announced that online play is coming to All-Star Fruit Racing on Switch. Fans can expect the functionality “around the launch week or shortly thereafter”.

Here’s the full statement from PQube:

All-Star Fruit Racing

Upcoming kart racer All-Star Fruit Racing won’t be out until August 21st, but 20 minutes of footage have recently been uploaded. The title is set to include a career mode, various racing game modes, 21 courses, and a multitude of customization options, complete with up to four-player split-screen. The first look can be found below:

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