V-Rally 4 Delayed on Nintendo Switch, Receives New Trailer Highlighting Buggy and V-Rally Cross

V-Rally 4 received a new trailer today highlighting its V-Rally Cross and Buggy modes, and we also learned that the Switch version has been delayed.

on June 8, 2018 1:46 PM

V-Rally 4 was announced for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch by Bigben Interactive,┬áKylotonn Racing Games, and Maximum Games back in March. Today, the released a gameplay trailer for the title that focuses on the game’s V-Rally Cross and Buggy Modes.

According to the game’s developers, V-Rally Cross races take place on tracks that go both on and offroad, making them some of the most intense races. Meanwhile, buggies are more agile vehicles, so they are able to races on more dangerous, but thrilling tracks.

Outside to those two racing modes, three others have also been confirmed for V-Rally 4. Rally has players racing around the world on difficult tracks, Extreme-Khana has players drifting through obstacle courses, and Hillclimb has player trying to get to the top of large hills with powerful cars.

V-Rally 4 will also feature a Career Mode and some online and offline game modes, but more details about those will be released at a later date. We have also learned that the Nintendo Switch version will arrive a later date than the other versions.

Check out the trailer showcasing the Buggy and V-Rally modes below. V-Rally 4 will release on PC, PS4, Xbox One this September, with the Nintendo Switch version releasing at a later, unspecified date. The game can currently be pre-ordered on Amazon.


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