Circuit Superstars, Original Fire’s cutesy racing game, has been announced as the latest game to come from the Square Enix Collective publishing arm.
Circuit Superstars (formerly known as Apex Racing League) was announced tonight at Square Enix’s E3 Conference as the latest title from the company’s Square Enix Collective publishing arm. The cutesy racer debuted a brand new trailer this evening. Watch it below.
We’re so happy to announce that we’ve partnered up with Square Enix Collective to publish Circuit Superstars (formerly known as Apex Racing League) in 2020! #E32019 #SquareEnixE3 pic.twitter.com/8MrCxcHI93
— Circuit Superstars (@CircuitSUP) June 11, 2019
Circuit Superstars is a physics-based racer that you play from a top-down perspective. It gives the game an arcadey look; however, the devs claim to be working toward more realistic tactile driving physics. It’s a combination that could make for a quirky little gem, especially on the go.
The team at Original Fire Games is small but is made up of gearhead game developers. They want to bring every era of motorsport to their product. Thus, you can expect to see everything from “60s-inspired single-seaters to souped-up GT specials” included in the game.
Past Square Enix Collective games include Black The Fall, The Turing Test, Tokyo Dark, and Goetia. As Square Enix has continued to add games to the library, they’ve made it a point to improve their catalog’s diversity. Circuit Superstars should fit right in.