V-Rally 4 Announces It’s September Release Date with Gameplay Trailer

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Posted August 10, 2018 by Kamil in Articles, Gaming News, News, PC, PS4, Trailers, Xbox One

V-Rally 4, is just under two months away. But the French developer Kylotonn does not want you to erase it from your mind, and to ensure that you are constantly aware of the return of one of the most beloved racing franchises of all time, it has released a brand new gameplay video, which is composed entirely out of in-game footage and it has finally announced its release date.

The four minute or so clip, while completely devoid of any post-production effects and editing, may come across as a little dull and uninteresting to those who are not particularly keen on racing games. As from the beginning, all the way until the very end, the video in question only features Hill Climb gameplay from first person perspective, and while most who are into the genre, have been praising it for its genuine approach to the above-described discipline, then it has to be mentioned that overall, the gameplay footage comes across as a little underwhelming.

 

Just like Gravel, which released earlier this year, V-Rally 4 appears to be targeting the hardcore fans of the genre, as the aforementioned video has been clearly targeted at die-hard fans. It checks all the boxes from first-person cockpit perspective, through purposely wonky driving, all the way down to drab and sleep inducing setting. This is all well and good, it ultimately does nothing to entice the wider audience into purchasing the game. Unfortunately, V-Rally 4, may be suffering from dead and desolate servers, even before the launch week comes to a close.

V-Rally 4, is set to release across the three major platforms, PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, on the 25th of September. The Nintendo Switch version has also been announced, its release date is unfortunately still under-wraps, but it is possible that it may launch on Nintendo’s mainline platform before 2018 comes to a close.


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