Distance game screenshot of a colorful and futuristic city

After six years in development and more than three years in Steam Early Access, the highly atmospheric and extremely stylish racing-platformer Distance has now finally been released in full. Expect to see futuristic cars fly through the air and drive upside down, tracks that seem to have a very casual relationship with gravity, as well as a whole bunch of obstacles to overcome at high speed... or simply crash into for the fun of it!

Since trying to explain these types of games through words alone is pretty much a pointless venture, allow me to show you the recently posted launch trailer. It'll tell you just about everything you need to know about Distance and its gameplay. Have a look, the visuals really are quite lovely:

The actual gameplay aside, it is important to mention that Distance has a whole bunch of game modes and tools to toy around with. There's a short singleplayer campaign, an arcade mode where you can race for a spot on the leaderboard, multiplayer of both the online and split-screen variety, as well as the ability to randomly generate a track based on your parameters. And if you want to go even deeper, there is also a level editor and VR support for both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive!

So if you're eager to learn a bit more about Distance, or just grab yourself a copy, you should head on over to the official website or Steam. Have fun, it really is a great game!

Distance game screenshot from the campaign mode