F1 Race Stars Powered Up Edition Announced for Wii U


F1 Race Stars is making its come back as Codemasters have today revealed F1 Race Stars Powered Up Edition for the Nintendo Wii U.

The racing title will launch in December exclusively on the Nintendo eShop. It comes as a fast-to-the-fun arcade racing game for all ages, expanded with fantastic new content and features to take advantage of Wii U hardware.

F1 Race Stars Powered Up Edition sees stars such as Jensen Button, Fernando Alonso, Sebastian Vettel become personality-packed, cartoon heroes sprinting for the chequered flag in cars representing each team on a range of super-fast, feature-packed circuits perfect for split-screen multiplayer fun.

It expands on the original title back in 2012 with four extra tracks and nine extra accessory packs. Racing on 15 circuits around the globe, players are challenged to race through marina and dodge flying tomatoes in Europe, whip through water gardens in China, make their move through a mountain railway pass and power through a palace in India and dodge the grumpy groundhogs and motor past the mighty moose in Canada.

The new content and functionality will mean that players will be able to take full advantage of the Wii U’s power including racing as a player’s Mii and Wii U GamePad motion and tilt controls are integrated to use the GamePad as a steering wheel, display a map or let gamers choose to steam into the action on the GamePad.

The game will be accessible for people of all skill and ages. You can compete in split screen multiplayer with up to 4 players, giving the most competitive racing yet!. There are 15 iconic tracks including Monaco, Silverstone and the new Circuit of Americas in Austin, Texas. Game modes include a range of globe-trotting Championships, Free Play so players can dive straight into their favourite events and Time Trials for players to set the best time in their household.

Will you be getting this fantastic Wii U updated version of F1 Race Stars? Let us know your thoughts via the comment section below.

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