KartRider: Drift Lets You Drive A Lamborghini In The New "Rise" Update

Grab your lambo now, it's for a limited time.

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KartRider: Drift Lets You Drive A Lamborghini

Nice! KartRider: Drift introduces its RISE update, complete with your very own Lamborghini. Oh yeah, there's other stuff too, but you can choose your own lambo, so I'm definitely headlining that. Choose between the Lamborghini Aventador Ultimae Roadster, Huracán EVO Spyder, and Urus Performante - in the game through March 13.

Each KartRider: Drift racer now has their own unique skills based on their personality and style. The skills can be used in item mode and come in the Active and Passive varieties.

-Brodi - Brodi’s Boost Zone (Active) - Install a Boost Zone on the track in front of you.

-Kris - Banana Hack (Active) - Change the held items of all your opponents to bananas.

-Martin - Hydrophile (Passive) - You have a chance to receive your own Water Bomb or Water Fly items when hit by one of these items.

-Rave - For The Fans (Passive) - Become invincible for a few seconds after being hit by certain items.

A new Kart tuning system in the racing game's Speed Mode lets players make tweaks to their Karts. All Karts will start with the same default speed and acceleration, then you can choose between Booster Acceleration, Drift Acceleration, Boost Duration, Boost Charge Amount, Long Slide Drift Sustainability, and Maintain Boost after Wall Collision Boost.

The KartRider: Drift team has also made improvements to matchmaking including the ability to play multiple races in a row without having to return to the lobby every time.

It's all live now in KartRider: Drift which you can download and play for free on Steam, Xbox, Playstation, and mobile (my preferred way to play).

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In this article: Nexon, KartRider: Drift.

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Troy Blackburn
Troy Blackburn, News Editor

Troy “Noobfridge” Blackburn has been reporting on the video game industry for over a decade. Whether it’s news, editorials, gameplay videos, or streams, Noobfridge never fails to present his honest opinion whether those hot takes prove to be popular or not.

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