[Steam] Redout: Enhanced Edition - £8.59 - IndieGala (Plus FREE copy of Silence of the Sleep)
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[Steam] Redout: Enhanced Edition - £8.59 - IndieGala (Plus FREE copy of Silence of the Sleep)

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Found 16th Oct
Great price for this and a massive saving on the current Steam price (£29.99). Orders of $2 come with a free copy of Silence of the Sleep.

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“Redout delivers excitement I haven’t felt since Nintendo released the last great F-Zero title over a decade ago. I don’t know if it’s the best racer I’ve ever played, but it’s almost certainly the most exhilarating, and earns its place among the very games it takes inspiration from.”
9.5 / 10Game Critics

“Fast, hard and really impressive, Redout is a perfect heir to the greatest arcade racing games. A delightful challenge that will test your skills and it will cause to overflow your adrenaline.”
9 / 10Meristation

“We are looking at an AG Racer which quality level is outstanding”
8.9 / 10Everyeye



NEXT GENERATION AG RACING IS HERE!

Redout is a tribute to the old racing monsters such as F-Zero, WipeOut, Rollcage, and POD.

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It is designed to be an uncompromising, fast, tough and satisfying driving experience, soaked in that vertigo that stands at the core of the arcade racing genre. The floating system and driving models are based on physics: each turn, slope, hard braking, acceleration, each turn and twist of the track will apply a unique force to the ship. A sharp low-polygon style blends meshes and terrains with the latest state-of-the-art shading and lighting effects provided by the Unreal Engine 4, creating beautiful and instantly recognisable aesthetics. Breezy coastlines, eerie frozen landscapes, vast desert plains: the melancholic, dystopian atmosphere of a semi abandoned Earth is the background for the most high-speed, tense and beautiful futuristic racing clashes.

Features
  • Online multiplayer - match against 12 players around the world for a real challenge
  • Optional VR Support - Oculus Rift, HTC Vive or OSVR. With a new shiny cockpit view!
  • Career mode - 100+ events to race, experience, level up and upgrade your ship
  • A Diverse World - 25 tracks scattered around 5 locations on a post-apocalyptic Earth, plus boss circuits
  • Never bored - 11 event types, from classic Race to innovative Arena Race and Score-Based Endurance
  • Create your story - 6 racing teams, each requiring a different driving approach, and 4 increasingly fast racing classes
  • Powerup - 10+ racing-focused, upgradable powerups: additional turbo, shields, self-repair drone, advanced grip system, slipstream enhancers, and more
  • Music for your ears - full 5.1 support and a dynamic soundtrack that will drop sicker and sicker beats the faster you go!

13 Comments

Great find, think this is lowest game has been on steam for this edition and you get a freebie. Have some heat!

Good game but you need a gtx 1070 up for VR on this game.

nice deal. Hot and purchased. Now to stick my vive on and feel travel sick as ****. Worth it though.

Also now on Xbox, PS4 and I believe will be getting a Switch release at some point. Read somewhere it holds the record for the fastest ever game!!

Is this including all the DLC?

MysticalUndies34 m ago

Is this including all the DLC?


No, there's a Complete Edition which includes the three DLC packs (Vertex/Mars/Neptune).
Still very good for the price.

OMG This looks like it'd be gorgeous! I *LOVED* the Wipeout series. I don't normally do online multiplayer but would want to play it online. Is this fun online?

I may petition my partner to let me get this - got a birthday coming up soon.

Is this likely to get as cheap in future Steam sales in the near (6months) future do you think? Trying to avoid purchasing more games. (Yeah, failing.)

Good game but I prefer wipeout. The tracks in Redout are pretty bland design wise. Looks pretty though.

kester762 h, 39 m ago

Good game but you need a gtx 1070 up for VR on this game.


You pretty much need GTX 1070 and up for good VR in general though, don't you?

I'm desperate for VR but can't afford it and am not going to even try; reasonably affordable computers and GFX cards are just not up to it at the moment (not helped by mining pushing GFX card prices so high really.) I wonder if this is an area where mobile or consoles might be more likely to win the battle - the cost to entry on PCs is just extortionate.

jewelie2 h, 28 m ago

You pretty much need GTX 1070 and up for good VR in general though, don't …You pretty much need GTX 1070 and up for good VR in general though, don't you?I'm desperate for VR but can't afford it and am not going to even try; reasonably affordable computers and GFX cards are just not up to it at the moment (not helped by mining pushing GFX card prices so high really.) I wonder if this is an area where mobile or consoles might be more likely to win the battle - the cost to entry on PCs is just extortionate.



Depends on what you want to play as a lot of games are well optimised for VR such as Elite dangerous but Everspace is terrible. Most games run well that have been properly coded but anything running gameworks sdk will bomb on my r9 290. Other games are terrible due to hap hazard coding or developers just not understanding how to use controls.

If you want to try it out you can buy a cheap Oculus DK2 for around £50 which will give you VR but without roomscaling and hand controls. A lot of games work fine without roomscaling such as flight sims.

Lucky's tale is great in VR and plays really well and should run of most systems.

jewelie6 h, 3 m ago

OMG This looks like it'd be gorgeous! I *LOVED* the Wipeout series. I …OMG This looks like it'd be gorgeous! I *LOVED* the Wipeout series. I don't normally do online multiplayer but would want to play it online. Is this fun online?I may petition my partner to let me get this - got a birthday coming up soon.

Brilliant game and the closest we Xbox One gamers have got to the legendary Wipeout

jewelie16th Oct

You pretty much need GTX 1070 and up for good VR in general though, don't …You pretty much need GTX 1070 and up for good VR in general though, don't you?I'm desperate for VR but can't afford it and am not going to even try; reasonably affordable computers and GFX cards are just not up to it at the moment (not helped by mining pushing GFX card prices so high really.) I wonder if this is an area where mobile or consoles might be more likely to win the battle - the cost to entry on PCs is just extortionate.


I haven't had a problem yet on a second hand GTX 970 and a rift. Tilt brush, Google earth VR, cosmic trip, audio shield, rez infinite, thumper. You can get the 970 for about £140 and the rift is £400. Well worth the investment.
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