Today, Viennese developer Lost in the Garden announced that its hyper futuristic racing game, Lightfield, will launch for PS4 and Xbox One on September 26th, three years after it began as mere weekend prototype. And to celebrate that announcement — the developer has also released a brand-new trailer.
For those folk who don’t know: Lightfield is a racing game with a special parkour twist, which is to say players can drive on any surface including walls, tunnels, and sci-fi architecture. And utilizing parkour elements, mastering your anti-gravity spaceship, will be pivotal to finding the best omnidirectional route, aka finishing first.
Lightfield includes three single-player modes (time trial, exploration, and classic race), as well as both online and local multiplayer support for up to four players. Oh, and there is leaderboard support, naturally.
The game boasts an abstract art style and level architecture, drawing inspirations from contemporary graphic design and classic sci-fi. Notably its visuals planted it an art gallery in Vienna. While you’re zipping around abstract tracks, you will be accompanied by an energetic electro soundtrack from Viennese musician Zanshin.
Lightfield will cost $19.99 USD when it launches. Below, you can check out the new, aforementioned trailer. Meanwhile for more information and media on the game, be sure to check out its official website.