WipEout Rush, a new installment in the WipEout story for mobile devices, has released its debut trailer

With an original installment for iOS and Android mobile devices, the Wipeout franchise returns to the present day. The first details and the complete trailer are now available.

WipEout Rush, a new installment in the WipEout story for mobile devices, has released its debut trailer
The Wipeout franchise is making a comeback, but not in the way that fans imagined. WipEout Rush is the upcoming sequel, and it will be available on iOS and Android devices. The clip, which you can see in this article, depicts a new facet of ship racing. In fact, its executives underline that "it has been redesigned" graphically. It will come at the beginning of 2022.

Everything we know about Wipeout Rush
So far, little information has been released, except that it includes a single-player storyline and "60 ships from the original games." Throughout the video, they refer to a "unique card-based racing system." Everything suggests that we will have to do more than just run, as we have done so far.

Matt Casamassina, the CEO of Rogue Games, knows that "fans are still looking forward to" his comeback to PlayStation platforms. "At the same time, we're pleased to be able to reimagine WipEout for mobile with some fun new mechanics and stunning graphics," he says in an interview with IGN.

"We hope that fans come with an open mind because we are thrilled to be able to bring the WipEout franchise back with a fresh take on its concept," he says. "We put a lot of love into the presentation, which features a plethora of mythological ships and circuits, an unreleased comic book-inspired narrative, a fitting electronic soundtrack, and magnificent graphics that run at 60 frames per second on modern technology," said the team.

To learn about the saga's most recent launch, we must go back to 2017. The Wipeout Omega Collection was a PS4 remastering of the final two Wipeout games, Wipeout HD (with its expansion, Fury) and Wipeout 2048. In fact, the latter was its last appearance as an original piece in the Play Station Vita repertoire. Studio Liverpool was in charge of the design.

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