Road Rage Royale: First major update available on Steam

Video Games

After a successful crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter and the Early Access launch of Road Rage Royale, on July 31, 2019, the independent game studio Neural Oscillations Games announced today that the first major update for its action local multiplayer PC game is available on Steam.

Update 1 focuses on several features requested by the community who follow the title’s development on the studio’s Twitch channel almost every day. Among the new features: a new single player training mode that feels closer to multiplayer gameplay, a handicap system, new sound effects, improved visuals and a significant number of optimizations, bug fixes and playability improvements.

Road Rage Royale is a multiplayer “close combat racing” game that pits 2 to 4 players on a racetrack until there is only one left. The race leader automatically deals damage to all his pursuers who in return gain various bonuses to cause serious damage. Players, therefore, have to rely on their best tactical and racing skills to emerge victorious. This sensory “easy to learn, hard to master” game gets intense as rounds follow each other at a thrilling pace.

Find all the latest information about Road Rage Royale and all social medias on the official website: http://www.roadrageroylae.com

Other graphic elements for Road Rage Royale are also available in the game’s press kit.

About Neural Oscillations Games

Neural Oscillations Games is an independent video game studio founded by Ludovic Lhomme to create original and unique game experiences. Based in Orléans, France, Ludovic has been working on Road Rage Royale, his first public video game, since 2017. Before 2017 he worked on many interactive projects as an employee in advertising and web agencies for 10 years. Road Rage Royale launches in early access this summer on Steam.

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