Trackmania Turbo Screens Reveal Track Construction

By Andrew Ogley, 1 year ago
It seems a recent trend of car games to generate a plethora of screenshots and images, and Nadeo are continuing the behaviour for their upcoming arcade racer, Trackmania Turbo.

We've already brought you some initial screenshots and some of the gameplay, now we have some additional images showing how the track construction process works.

This was always a personal favourite at LAN parties and it's great to see it make the transition onto the Xbox One console. Along with the frantic racing, death defying and, quite frankly, physics defying racing, the game also allows players to create their own tracks starting with the terrain as the images show.

Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images


Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images


Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images


Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images


Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Gamescom 2015 Images


Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images

Trackmania Turbo Gamescom 2015 Images



Trackmania Turbo will be hitting the Xbox One November 26th in Europe, November 27th in the UK and December 1st in North America.
Andrew Ogley
Written by Andrew Ogley
Andrew has been writing for TA since 2011 covering news, reviews and the occasional editorials and features. One of the grumpy old men of the team, his mid-life crisis has currently manifested itself in the form of an addiction to sim-racing - not being able to afford the real life car of his dreams. When not spending hours burning simulated rubber, he still likes to run around, shoot stuff and blow things up - in the virtual world only of course.