Hyperfuturistic Omnidirectional Precision Racer Lightfield Launches onto Console

Developer Lost in the Garden announces that its futuristic racer Lightfield is now available on console, and its soundtrack will soon release physically.

on September 26, 2017 8:49 AM

Viennese developer Lost in the Garden has prepared for you a hyperfuturistic omnidirectional precision racing game. It’s called Lightfield, and it is now available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

In Lightfield, you control your very own anti-gravity spaceship to maneuver and parkour across that you can see (and some that you can’t) to reach the finish line first. Glide across walls, around tunnels, and even some bizarre-looking science fiction architecture to make it to the top both in online and splitscreen multiplayer for up to four players. Single-player modes come in three forms: classic, exploration, and time trial.

With Lightfield, Lost in the Garden is looking to give players freedom and creativity within the futuristic racing genre. It’s not about finding the right way to the finish, but your way.

Lightfield also features a soundtrack by Viennese musician Zanshin, which is available for download now. However, soon the soundtrack will be made available on vinyl and all major streaming services, so stay tuned for more information on that.

Lightfield will be available today for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $19.99. However, as part of the game’s release, Lost in the Garden is offering a 10% discount of the game on both platforms.

Below you can find the game’s hyperfuturistic launch trailer.

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