Gensou Skydrift begins March 9 with new characters and phases for PS4


Gensou Skydrift PS4

Gensou Skydrift PS4

On March 9, the PlayStation 4 release of Gensou Skydrift Race Game Touhou Project releases PHOEXX publishers and developer illuCalab worldwide for $23.99 / €21.99 / 2.980 yen. The Simplified and Traditional language choices will be offered in English, Japanese and Chinese.

The PlayStation 4 update features new Alice Margatroid and Rin Kaenbyou downloadable characters as well as new "Heaven" and "Redevelopment Area B" phases which will then, on the same day, be added free of charge to the currently released Switch and PC models.

Even if Gensou Skydrift's Switch and PC versions allow multiplayer cross-play, version 4 does not support PlayStation.

This is a short description of the game from Phoenixx:

Zip through 20 stages with a powerful duo chosen from 22 characters, one acting as a vehicle with the other riding on her back as driver, each with exclusive stats and magic spells. Strategically swap the two between rider and vehicle positions to perfectly handle the twists and turns of the tracks or use abilities at just the right moment.

Two new characters and two new courses will make their Gensou Skydriftt debut in both the new PlayStation version and now-available Nintendo Switch and Steam versions. Beloved Touhou characters Alice Margatroid and Rin Kaenbyou will be playable in all versions on March 9. Race through vibrant cherry blossoms in the Heaven course, and through a futuristic city in Redevelopment Area B.

Dive into the magical narrative in Story Mode, battle for the best lap in Time Attack, or face the competition in Versus Mode, which hosts leagues of high-flying action in online multiplayer against up to seven opponents. Speed through the fantasy realm of Gensokyo, filled with charming creatures, flora and multicolored skies depicted in 3D in this fan-made entry in the Guiness World Record-holding Touhou Project franchise bringing the joys of racing to PlayStation 4.

"Racing games can be daunting to break into, but a game created by fans with an adorable and vibrant cast can help shift this image." "Gensou Skydrift combines the best of a loved type with Touhou Project's magic and soul, creating a game that hides depth and strategy under a furnace of simplicity."


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