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All-Star Fruit Racing

Before the launch of All-Star Fruit Racing, PQube and 3DClouds.it 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 launch trailer

Posted on 5 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments | 0 Likes

PQube sent out a launch trailer for the new Switch title All-Star Fruit Racing. Take a look at the video below.

Last month, All-Star Fruit Racing developer 3DClouds.it 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:

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:

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: