ONRUSH Launches 4 New Space-Themed Tracks in Version 4.0 Update

By James Kearle, 6 months ago
Team-based arcade racer ONRUSH crashed onto our screens this June with a unique take on racing, rewarding players for performing crazy stunts and smashing their opponents beyond recognition rather than actually winning races. For fans of this chaotic multiplayer experience, Codemasters have released an exclusive video showcasing the four brand new space-themed tracks added as part of their 4.0 update.


Although these tracks are all space-themed, the trailer showcase shows that plenty of variety should still be expected from these new tracks.

Arraku
Teams racing on Arraku should expect to navigate crashed spaceships, giant rock formations and other planetary structures in this new interpretation of the planet Mars.

Cascades Way
In what the developers describe as a "more traditional” ONRUSH track, Cascades Way features a lush forest setting, with colourful surroundings, steep cliffs and impenetrable tree formations, providing a claustrophobic track to keep combatants within arms length.

Jedhora
Progressively getting more wacky, Jedhora combines stunning Roman architecture with spaceships. Don't spend too long looking at the impressive visuals or thinking about the logistics of this setting to let your opponents outwit you.

Smith Bends
The developers describe this tracks as the "wild west meets star trek”. Match the chaos of the action with fire, mud and smoke in this unique track.

Update 4.0 is live now, so there is no need to wait before jumping into these new ONRUSH tracks.

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James Kearle
Written by James Kearle
James is a 24-year-old gamer from Wales, UK. Fan of BioShock, Half-Life, Metro, Fallout, and Portal. Outside of gaming, James is an avid supporter of the San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants, San Jose Sharks, and Cardiff Devils. He is also studying for an MBA, engaged, and hopes he never has to write about himself in the third-person ever again.