Racing sims are aplenty these days. But now, there are racing sims dedicated to drifting. This is what DRIFT21 is all about, out now on Steam Early Access.
DRIFT21 is all about the legally-sanctioned drifting competitions, utilising licensed cars and tracks. And legit choices too- an MX5, Silvia S15 and the BRZ for cars, with three layouts of Ebisu Circuit, known for its twisty, drift-friendly corners.
Not only do you need to be good at the act of driving sideways in style, but also tinker with car setups, using various part combinations.
DRIFT21 will be adding more content and features during the Early Access period (including multiplayer) in the future. These are the current available features:
- Car tuning garage, over 750 parts, including 300 decals, and extensive paint shop mode
- Three licensed cars (Mazda MX-5, Subaru BRZ, Nissan Silvia S15)
- Three tracks- EBISU Driftland, EBISU School and EBISU Minami
- Training Mode
- More than 20 challenges in various game modes including Time Attack, Solo Run and Free Ride
- Steering wheel support for Thrustmaster, Fanatec and Logitech
DRIFT21 is out now on Steam Early Access for RM44.