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A few internal tests later it was official: the online racer's
core features have been completed; important functionality, like
buying and selling racers or the friends list that allows players
to add friends as well as create teams to enter the matchmaking
system together, has been implemented.
And so Quantum Rush is now on its way toward beta!
Before the closed beta phase can start, though, some more
features, like sound and graphics settings and a launcher that
automatically patches the game and keeps players up to date with
patchnotes and important announcements, still have to be added.
A special training mode that gives players the chance to get to
know the racetracks and racers will also be implemented. The most
important task, however, will be fine-tuning the racers to allow
both casual and hardcore gamers to enjoy the game.
There are some let's play videos on Youtube that give you a good
idea of the gameplay you can expect from Quantum Rush. You would
like to get in touch with the game's developers? The Quantum Rush
team is always happy to receive feedback, be it on Twitter, their
blog or by email.