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ABOUT TRI6: INFINITE

Dive into the Tri6 cyberspace, avoid procedurally distributed obstacles and beat the evil Virus enemies as long as possible to reach the top of the global leaderboards! Play locally in up to 4-player multiplayer and make life difficult for your friends using different powerups from missiles and mines to boosts and jumps.

Obstacles

More than 300 obstacle variations that are randomly distributed and get harder with every lap will lead to endless variations of the track. And be careful, not every obstacle is just static! There are also Virus vehicles driving along the track with you, trying to put an end to your existence.

Powerups

While playing you will collect electrons that unlock new powerups. The powerups will allow you to survive longer and beat some Virus constructs. They are grouped in active ones that are reusable (e.g. missiles) and passive ones that are consumable (e.g. shield).

Vehicles

Splitscreen

Play together with up to three friends on one PC. Drive the track, avoid obstacles and survive longer than your friends. Of course you can use all your powerups against them to decrease their three lives down to zero.

Features

  • 3 playable vehicles with different steering characteristics
  • 11 unlockable powerups
  • More than 300 obstacle variations
  • Global leaderboards per vehicle across all supported platforms
  • Up to 4 players split screen support (on PC and consoles)

Tri6: Infinite is basically an endless runner with arcade like racing mechanics. Furthermore it provides a competitive splitscreen mode for PC and console players.

Tri6: Infinite shall be released simultaneously on PC (Windows, Linux, Mac), PlayStation 4 as well as Android.

We also want to release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch and iOS, but need to get approved for them first.

Release is set for July 17th 2020 for at least PC (Windows, Linux, Mac) via Steam, Kartridge and itch.io, PlayStation 4 as well as Android via Google Play Store. More platforms are planned, but depend on the approval and porting durations.

For singleplayer and score hunting the differences only affect the input methods and graphics quality (due to size for mobile). But only the PC and console versions will have the four players splitscreen mode to play with friends.