- Turbo Golf Racing is an arcade-style sports racing game for up to eight players online
- Racers compete by smashing oversized golf balls down sprawling, twisting fairways to the finish
- Sign-ups for the beta, which is coming to the Xbox Insider Program this April, are now open
All of us here at Hugecalf Studios are ridiculously excited to finally reveal Turbo Golf Racing, a fast-paced, arcade-style, multiplayer party racing game for up to eight players online.
Turbo Golf Racing is a game that takes the concept of a golf driving range at face value, throwing competitors into cars onto winding, colorful fairways teeming with power-ups to see who can be first to strike their oversized golf ball into the finish hole.
And we’re not just announcing Turbo Golf Racing today: we’re inviting you tee-off with us next month in our playable beta, accessible via the Xbox Insider Program. Make sure you have the Xbox Insider Hub downloaded from the Store if you haven’t yet already, and you can register for more details about participation right now over on the Turbo Golf Racing website.
The eagle-eyed (or should that be albatross-eyed?) among you will have spied that you’re not simply driving ordinary cars, either. Our machines have modular features. We want you to make your vehicle your own by bolting on unique combinations of chassis, shields, spoilers, wheels, and boosters, and then coating it all with a paint job of your choosing. You can even customize your golf ball, too, so why not ditch that regular white ball for a glittering disco ball instead?
That’s not all. You can also plug elements called Power Cores directly into your car, which let you pull off special abilities such as Ground Stomp to get the edge on your opponents. You’ll unlock Power Cores by completing various milestones and through regular play.
And all vehicles, regardless of components, can take to the skies and fly: many of the courses feature special jump pads and boost-powered wind tunnels for you to cut some corners on your dash towards the finish hole.
From the very start of development, we wanted to make Turbo Golf Racing a casually competitive multiplayer game that’s both welcoming and chaotic. One in which it’s fun to win, of course, but where near-misses and defeats are just as enjoyable. With our mix of cars, courses, and Grand Prix-style competitions we’re confident that we’ve found that formula, but we want you to join us next month in the Turbo Golf Racing Beta to see for yourself and help us fine-tune the game ahead of release.
I can’t wait to see you in our beta, and I’m looking forward to sharing even more with you in the coming months. Turbo Golf Racing will be heading to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and with Xbox Game Pass later in 2022.
Next Week on Xbox: March 28 to April 1
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