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Trailmakers Launches On Xbox One And PC On September 18th

Developer, Flashbulb Games has announced that its sandbox building block racer, Trailermakers is officially launching for PC and Xbox One on September 18th, 2019. The game which is currently Steam Early Access and Xbox preview has sold over 100,000 copies and generated over 1000 positive reviews from players.


In Trailmakers, the player designs their own vehicles using a multitude of different physics-based blocks. What’s really cool is that it’s not just cars that you can make, but also things like planes and rather more thrilling, giant robots. With these vehicles, players can take part in races, PvP battles or just explore the vast alien planet.

The biggest part of the official launch is the inclusion of a career mode, that hasn’t even been seen in Early Access or the Xbox Preview program. Known as, Stranded In Space, this career mode will take between 10 to 20 hours for players to complete and is spread across the most diverse map yet.


Alongside the new career mode, players will also have access to a multitude of other game modes to keep them entertained. There are also some more multiplayer modes, new skins, and vehicle parts in development for some point in the future.

“The community has created some absolutely amazing things so far,” says Mikkel Thorsted, Creative Director at Flashbulb Games. “We’ve had an autonomous car, block-based versions of Pong and Battleships, and a machine that built a monorail track. There have also been a ton of hydrofoils, ornithopters, railguns, and Boston Dynamics-esque walking robots. One player even built a three-stage rocket that turned into an orbiting Tesla by the end!”

Trailmakers is currently available to play in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Danish, and Polish and costs $24.99 / €24.99 / £19.49 on SteamFor more information, check out this link.

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