The Swingin’ 60s Are Back In Rally Game Classic Racers Elite

The glory days of 60s racing is back once again, and this time shared on the PS4 and Nintendo Switch in Classic Racers Elite.

In the best way possible, new racing game Classic Racers Elite looks like an old PlayStation One game, only with sharper graphics. Nope. Not interested. Really? Are you going to judge a game just like that? The comparison is a good thing, as I used to spend hours on games like these.

What does that matter, though? I ain’t you. True, true. You’re a sharp one, dear reader, but can I coax you by saying Funbox Media and Vision Reelle’s new game is a sexy nod to rally cars of the 1960s? We all love a good rally game, so this should be good.

Key features in Classic Racers Elite include:

  • SimCade physic engine creates authentic car handling but with a straght forward approach to player controls.
  • Drive iconic cars from the 60s across 4 categories – from smaller rally cars to the giants of F1.
  • Test your driving skills across 12 championships.
  • Race through 17 unique locations for a total of 50 tracks (including reversed, segmented and slaloms)
  • Online worldwide leaderboards for each track offers high replay value.
  • Free Run and Time Attack modes for improving your times on the global leaderboards.
  • Balanced gameplay with more simple cars to drive in the early championships and more powerful metal beasts towards the end.
  • Perfectly tuned controls for maximum drivability and maximum fun at every curve. 

Here’re those sharper visuals I alluded to:

Not just for the PS4, but Classic Racers Elite will be available for the Nintendo Switch as well – including some boxed editions.