Wheeeeeeee~~!! Pew pew pew! Vroooooooooomm. Okay, I’m done. Sorry, folks, I was just watching the Kickstarter video for Quantum Rush: Champions, and I now have this insatiable urge to drive manically fast in a rocket hover car. That, by the way, is exactly what you’ll be doing very soon if Quantum Rush: Champions is funded. Now, you may’ve already heard the name Quantum Rush because it’s already an online game. Even though the last Kickstarter for the original Quantum Rush didn’t quite meet expectations, the game was finished, and is available for online play as I write this, but there was one thing the fans wanted more than anything: The ability to play Quantum Rush in a single-player, offline mode. Well, folks, that’s exactly what Quantum Rush: Champions is, but if you think it’s just a watered down port, you may want to read on.
Quantum Rush: Champions is, at its core, a single player version of the online Quantum Rush that’s now playable. This doesn’t mean, however, that it’s simply an offline port. Quantum Rush: Champions has much more up its sleeve than that, including advanced and challenging AI, fun new game modes made specifically for single-player gaming, and brand new content offerings not available in the online mode. There will be three campaigns, with more to come with DLC, and the gut-wrenching terror you may feel from going this fast will pass as soon as you realize that this looks fun as hell.
If you’d like to support the single-player Quantum Rush: Champions, you can back the Kickstarter for the project or vote for it on Steam Greenlight. If you’d like to give it a try, the online-only version is already available and in great shape, and if footage is to be believed, this is going to be a must-have for anyone with the desire to go… So fast.
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