Team Sonic Racing official artwork and logo

[Update]: Team Sonic Racing has now made its way to both PC and consoles.

Team Sonic Racing is set to arrive onto PC and consoles this May 21st, bringing with it a variety of Sonic characters, tracks, powerups and music to mess around with. However, unlike the studio's previous Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed kart game, Team Sonic Racing will not have transformable vehicles or any third-party characters.

In order to compensate for this, as well as make the gameplay a bit more interesting, the developers are planning to have Team Sonic Racing be a lot more in-depth in terms of customizing your own gameplay style and vehicle. If you're wondering what exactly this might entail, you'll find the answers you seek in the recently posted preview down below. Have a gander:

From what I can tell so far, these are generally positive additions that will indeed make the whole experience just a bit more enjoyable, as well as a lot more colorful! The one thing I am somewhat worried about is the presence of "legendary" mods, because if those are as good as their name would suggest, that would immediately undermine the whole customization system and force everyone down one path. As such, I can only hope they'll be like Console Mods from Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed that greatly raised your main attribute, while simultaneously decreasing just about every single other one.

Whatever the case may be, I think we'll find out soon enough as Team Sonic Racing is set to release this May. To learn more about it, as well as follow its development in the future, you should head on over to the official website.