Ridge Racer: Slipstream out today on Google Play, trailer inside

By Dave Cook, Friday, 21 February 2014 09:54 GMT

Ridge Racer: Slipstream has released on Android. It’s rolling out on the Google Play store right now, complete with new tracks, cars and more. Stay tuned for it hitting your country at some point today.

In a press release sent to VG247 today, Namco Bandai confirmed that the game has 10 tracks that can be raced forwards or backwards, 12 launch vehicles with more to be added down the line, several game types including career mode, and six Grand Prix events. Eight-player online racers will also be added in a future content drop.

The game comes with plenty of in-app purchases, and as such, has seen it receive several negative reviews on iOS and Android so far.

You’ll find the store page here.

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