Stick with Mario Kart for now.
Disney Speedstorm, a free-to-play title in development by Gameloft, was scheduled for release in late 2022 when it was first announced. The Speedstorm team released a statement today that the launch of the game has been delayed “in order to meet our expectations and provide players with a more immersive racing experience, customization offerings, game modes and more.” This racing game features many Disney heroes and villains According to the official website, Pixar in the leading roles is now scheduled for release in 2023.
This announcement comes not long after complaints that Pokemon Scarlet and Violet were launched in a rather crude form, and with news that the release schedule was overly rushed. The new Pokemon game is suffering from framerate drops, and Gameloft may have been worried about similar issues with Speedstorm. The delay gives them time to address big issues and improve the end product.
Announced in early 2022, Disney Speedstorm divides characters into classes that give them different racing strengths and weaknesses – a creative way of distinguishing the game from Mario Kart. Classes are Brawler, Speedster, Defender, and Trickster, and the racers must improve stats that better suit the player’s personal playstyle. The tracks are of course based on famous Disney Pixar films from Pirates of the Caribbean to The Jungle Book.
Disney Speedstorm launches on PC and console in 2023, although the exact date is currently undetermined. While you’re here, be sure to check out the rest of Twinfinite for more video game news, reviews and quizzes.
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