Drift lovers should have a blast in the Extreme-Khana mode of the upcoming V-Rally 4. This discipline is focused on drift courses that require “precision and talent” in order to pull through. This discipline is a bit of a departure from the more traditional rally races that the rest of the game consists of. But, it does look pretty fun. The new gameplay trailer which shows it off does a good job at selling the sense of speed that these windy tracks offer. Check it out:
V-Rally 4 will be racing onto store shelves on September 11 for PS4 and Xbox One. The PC version is set to follow at an unspecified date in September as well.
Here’s the full press release that details Extreme-Khana moe:
Extreme-Khana is the most demanding and spectacular discipline in V-Rally 4: drivers must complete acrobatic courses as quickly as possible while providing the best show they can without making a single mistake. Dominating these challenges requires well-rounded drivers, well-versed in all disciplines: the precision of drifting, the combativeness of rallycross, and the speed required of rally.
In the dunes of the Sahara, across the docks of South Africa, amid the shipping containers of an abandoned warehouse in Michigan, or across the tarmac of Nellis Air Force Base, players will need to spend hours training in order to master the cars and tracks presented in V-Rally 4.
By pre-ordering the game on console, players will receive the Ford Shelby GT500, a heavily boosted car that can be used in Extreme-Khana.
In V-Rally 4, each of the five different disciplines offers a unique driving experience. The game also allows racing fans to put their skills to the test and learn new driving techniques. This versatility will be of great use in Career Mode, which lies at the heart of the game’s experience and which will take the drivers around the world.
V-Rally 4 will be available September 11, 2018 on PlayStation®4 and Xbox One. The game will also be available on Nintendo Switch™ at a later date. To learn more, visit www.rallygame.com.
Having been introduced to video games at the age of 3 via a Nintendo 64, A.K has grown up in the culture. A fan of simulators and racers, with a soft spot for Nintendo! But, he has a great respect for the entire video game world and enjoys watching it all expand as a whole.