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Starting June 25, Switch players will be able to download version 1.5 of Rise: Race the Future. This update will allow players to swap between two visual and performance modes, one with a high graphical fidelity and 30 frames per second, and another with lower graphical fidelity but 60 frames per second.

Additionally, this update makes several changes to performance and visuals across both versions. Check out a chart outlining changes and a new trailer below.

VD-Dev has revealed a new update RISE: Race The Future, nearly a year after the game arrived on Switch.

When live, players will be able to choose between two different visual quality settings. The first caps the action at 30 frames per second and features higher graphical fidelity. And though the other option won’t look quite as nice, it enables 60 frames per second.

VD-Dev actually made improvements to the overall engine. Players can look forward to improved loading times, better real time shadow distance, and more.

Here’s a chart comparing the two visual quality settings, and also provides a look at the engine improvements since release:

VD-Dev has issued a new update for RISE: Race The Future. Version 1.4 features HD Rumble with sensitive settings, touch screen interface support, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

VD-Dev has announced that an update is on the way for RISE: Race The Future. It’s due out in September, and will add features such as HD Rumble, touchscreen support in handheld mode, and more.

Below are the full details:

IronFall developer VD-Dev will soon be publishing its next game on Switch. In both North America and Europe, RISE: Race The Future launches July 22.

Here’s the rundown of everything you need to know about the game:

In the near future, IronFall developer will be bringing RISE: Race The Future to Switch. See some gameplay footage in the video below.

VD-Dev has shared a new trailer for its Switch title RISE: Race The Future that highlights the game’s various modes. Check it out below.

IronFall developer VD-Dev initially released RISE: Race The Future at the end of last year. That game will now be available on Switch sometime in July, the studio has announced.

Here’s an overview of RISE: Race The Future, along with a trailer:

IronFall Invasion developer VD-Dev announced RISE: Race The Future for Switch and Wii U. Development is moving forward – despite the sad passing of the studio’s co-founder Fernando Velez.

Some platform changes have been made since the original announcement. For one thing, Wii U is now out of the picture. VD-Dev is also focusing on PC first, with other platforms to follow. VD-Dev still hopes to make a Switch version, but since the game is initially launching at the end of this year, we won’t be seeing it on a Nintendo platform until 2018.

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Update: VD-Dev added the following on Twitter:



VD-Dev co-founder Fernando Velez has passed away. The studio passed along today’s sad news through Twitter.

The tweet reads:


VD-Dev is behind the 3DS eShop game IronFall Invasion. The studio announced its next game RISE: Race The Future at the end of May.

We are very sad to hear of Velez and wish his family the best during this tough time.

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