We first saw the F-Zero
last year in San Francisco. Since then, things have been pretty quiet. In celebration of E3, developer 34 Big Things has released a trailer showing some gameplay, as well as tons of screenshots and concept artwork. Hopefully players interested in the game will be able to see more as Redout
nears its September release.
Powered by the Unreal Engine 4, 34 Big Things describe the art style as "futuretro." Much like F-Zero
was, it's "a futuristic racing game about going hella fast."
For players interested, there will be a closed beta on PC that is currently accepting applications
will be available on Xbox One in September via the ID@Xbox program.