New Barrel Barrage game mode, four new tracks, new Grand Prix championship and more in this free DLC launching on all platforms today!
London, UK – 24th November 2020: Curve Digital, Sumo Nottingham and Lucky Mountain Games are delighted to announce the launch of the free Big Boss Bundle DLC for their critically-acclaimed arcade racer, Hotshot Racing.
Featuring fast-paced full-contact racing gameplay and visuals inspired by arcade hits of racing games past, Hotshot Racing has already attracted a cult following and has been downloaded more than half a million times since its release last month.
Today’s Big Boss Bundle update features even more content for drift-lovers to powerslide around including four colourful new tracks, a new Grand Prix championship and a brand new game mode, Barrel Barrage. See the new content in action in this brand new trailer
For a more complete rundown, see the summary below:
Barrel Barrage Mode
Take Hotshot Racing’s trademark breakneck speed and add explosive barrels to the mix. Launched from the rear of each vehicle, barrels explode on contact with competitors’ cars, inflicting damage and making each dash for the chequered flag more perilous.
Boss Level Grand Prix
Expand the roster of championships in Hotshot Racing with the Boss Level Grand Prix including four new high-speed circuits – 8 Ball Highway, Cargo Chaos, Frozen Freeway and Surf City – each with visually arresting vistas to zip past. All game modes, including Barrel Barrage, are available across all tracks introduced in the Boss Level Grand Prix
Since launch, Sumo Digital Nottingham and Lucky Mountain Games have pulled out all the stops, addressed fan feedback and kept the game up-to-date with constant patches across all platforms. This includes increased car speed across Normal, Hard and Expert modes, improved multiplayer lobby functionality, controller detection fixes for the PC version of the game and more.
Hotshot Racing is currently available for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, priced at £15.99 / €19.99 / $19.99, with the arcade racer also available as part of Xbox Game Pass.
To find out more information about Hotshot Racing please visit Curve Digital’s official website (http://www.curve-digital) and follow the publisher via Twitter (https://twitter.com/CurveDigital) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CurveDigital/).
About Sumo Nottingham
Founded in 2016, Sumo Nottingham is one of nine Sumo Digital studios, and crafts inclusive, innovative action and racing titles for console and PC. Bringing together industry veterans with the best new talent in the industry, the studio delivered Team Sonic Racing in 2019 and is now working on a diverse and exciting mix of new projects. Developing successful games across all platforms and genres, Sumo Digital is recognised for its versatility, proprietary technology, and creativity across a portfolio of games developed for major publishers. Sumo Digital is part of Sumo Group plc.
About Lucky Mountain Games
Lucky Mountain Games was founded by 3D Artist Trevor Ley. Trevor has worked at EA, Sony London and Rockstar London. During this time he worked on a number of franchises such as Harry Potter, Battlefield, Burnout, Midnight Club and Max Payne. Since Lucky Mountain Games was founded the studio has worked with a number of games studios from indie to AAA. Currently, Lucky Mountain Games is working in partnership with Curve Digital and Sumo Nottingham on Hotshot Racing.
About Curve Digital
Curve Digital is an award-winning independent label working with developers across the world to deliver the best in interactive entertainment. With a uniquely diverse games catalogue that includes renowned indie hits such as For the King and Bomber Crew, critically acclaimed titles like Flame in the Flood and Autonauts, and the multi-million selling smash hit Human Fall Flat, Curve Digital has taken its place as one of the leading games publishers worldwide.
More information on Curve Digital can be found at https://www.curve-digital.com