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Mantis Burn - The first native 4K title running at 60FPS for PS4 Pro, launches on October 12


VooFoo Studios has announced that Mantis Burn Racing will launch across PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam on Wednesday 12th October 2016.

“The response to the game at recent Gamescom and EGX expos has been nothing short of phenomenal,” says Marketing & PR Manager at VooFoo Studios, Sean Walsh. “We’ve been blown away by the feedback from everyone who’s played the game. We’re thrilled that, in just a few days’ time, players will be able to get their hands on the final game.”

Shortlisted as a finalist for ‘Racing Game’ in the TIGA Games Industry Awards 2016, Mantis Burn Racing comes with four-player local Split-screen racing and 9 different event types that are all playable in both the 20-hour single-player campaign and in eight-player online competitive races and is the PlayStation 4 Pro’s first native 4K title running at 60fps.



Mantis Burn Racing Features:

- Compelling Career Mode - Test every aspect of your driving ability in a comprehensive 7-season career structure

- Incredible Vehicles – Choose from a roster of fully customisable vehicles in 3 distinct categories, each with their own unique handling and performance traits

- Stunning Visuals – Race across stunning reversible tracks with incredible photo-realistic visuals

- Intuitive, exciting gameplay - Enter a world of realistic, but fun, vehicle handling with intuitive and exciting gameplay where the driving experience takes centre stage

- RPG-Style Upgrade System – Unlock both visual and performance upgrades for your vehicles using a RPG-style slot system to customise your vehicles’ suspension, gear-box, engine, tyres and boost

- Challenging Game Modes – Master 9 fun game modes - including Knockout, Accumulator, Overtake and Time Trial - that keep the extensive solo career fresh and exciting

- Weekly Challenges - Race your way to the top of the global leader boards in unique challenges each week for the ultimate in bragging rights

- Intense Multiplayer - 4 player local split-screen racing with extensive online modes for up to 8 players allowing players worldwide to race together seamlessly

- Original Soundtrack – Race to an original ambient-electro soundtrack written especially for the game.

- High Definition Racing - Full native 4K support on PlayStation Pro at 60fps for crystal-clear high definition racing to truly immerse players in the race.

Edited On 04 Oct, 2016

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Turniplord 2 months ago
Saw this the other day - looks fun. 1 player is 4k 60fps locked, 2 player split is 1920x2160 each with an unlocked framerate which is 45-60. Then you ca do 4 player split screen with each person running at 1080/30fps. It's a bit like micromachines - not really graphically draining though. lthough its supposedly the same performance as the 4k mode on PC with only a few AA reductions.
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Jason 2 months ago
Oh look they have put part of a crappy game into 4k to show how amazing the pspro is lol. Oh but if you want to play two player sorry you cant have 4k what a pile of horse poop ..seriously ridiculous. PSPRO is going to become the biggest fail in gaming history
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Turniplord 2 months ago
2 player is 4k, even 4 player is 4k, its just split screen, so 4 player is 4x1080p on the screen and 2 player is 2 1920X2160p - all add up to 4k - its just the framerate that changes
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Jason 2 months ago
Its still horse poop mate you can dress it up as oysters and caviar but its still horse poop underneath.
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Turniplord 2 months ago
Have you played it? Might be a fun little budget game? Has decent enough reviews on Steam. It does seem like an indie just wanted to be the first native 4k game out there - before the pro is even out - at least it means it can be done. I'm waiting to see ESO and Skyrim and TLOU at 4k (I've only got 1080p but we get downsampled versions)

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