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We have another round of off-screen footage showing the Switch racer FAST RMX, this time with developer commentary from art director Martin Sauter. View the gameplay below.

More off-screen footage of Shin’en’s new Switch racer FAST RMX is in. Take a look at the latest gameplay below.

Shin’en continues its prowess in the racing genre with FAST RMX on Switch. Check out some off-screen footage of the new title below.

FAST Racing Neo recently added in some new DLC. If you’re in Europe, you can download a patch that address a small issue with the unlock. The problem involved the DLC not being permanently unlocked after purchase, requiring players to revisit the eShop.

FAST Racing Neo’s latest update isn’t live in North America and Japan just yet. However, that should be changing very soon.


Over on ShiryuGL’s YouTube channel, more footage has been shared of FAST Racing Neo’s brand new DLC. Check out a couple of videos below.

YouTube user Domtendo gives us a look at FAST Racing Neo’s DLC ahead of its imminent release. Gameplay of the Carbon Cup can be found below.

When new systems hit the market, some developers and publishers are inclined to bring over older projects. With FAST Racing Neo and NX, however, there are no such plans. You can purchase FAST Racing Neo from the Wii U eShop where it’s likely to stay.

Shin’en was asked about the possibility of a FAST Racing Neo port on NX in an interview with Nintendoomed. On the subject, the studio said:

“For the Wii U we think FAST + DLC is just perfect and certainly one of the best games you could get there. If we would do another FAST game on a new platform we would not simply do a port. We would try to look at the platform to see what could be done beyond the current game.”

That takes care of that! We’ll see Shin’en projects on NX one day, but when we do, it probably won’t be a port of FAST Racing Neo. And if/when the FAST series returns, it should be something more on the new side.


Shin’en launched FAST Racing Neo on the Wii U eShop last year. Several months later, it’s not only receiving a retail version, but also brand new downloadable content.

Martin Sauter from Shin’en explained to Nintendo World Report at Gamescom last week why the studio ended up pursuing DLC. He said:

“I said from the start we would love to support FAST Racing NEO in the future. We were discussing it in the office, and it was totally clear that when the game came out and the reception was good that we’d keep working on that. We started fixing issues, adding minimaps, adding stuff we found, it was pretty clear we wanted to go with DLC, make something because the demand was so heated. We were asked if there were new tracks coming, Nintendo approached us and asked “Is there interest in a physical release”.”

FAST Racing Neo’s DLC will encompass 8 new tracks, 10 new vehicles, and 18 new audio tracks.


As we’ve heard about over the past few weeks, Shin’en is readying new DLC for FAST Racing Neo, which adds new tracks and more. A trailer showing upcoming courses can be found below.

On its Gamescom 2016 stream a few minutes ago, Nintendo showed off the upcoming DLC on the way to FAST Racing Neo. Take a look at the recording below.