Join the race on three platforms, now including Playstation4.

SQUARE ENIX LTD., and Original Fire Games today announced that the top-down racing game CIRCUIT SUPERSTARS is now available on PlayStation4 consoles. The charming game built by racing fans, for racing fans – CIRCUIT SUPERSTARS is available to purchase on PC (via Steam), Xbox One and now PS4. To mark today’s release, Square Enix Collective has also shared a new trailer on its YouTube channel.

Watch the CIRCUIT SUPERSTARS rewards trailer here:

PS4 racers will have the ability to cross-play with their friends playing on PC (via Steam) or Xbox and will have access to the garage of their dreams, filled with 12 vehicles ready to compete on one of the 19 different tracks available, together in 13 dynamic locations. Players can also enjoy a range of customizable driver and car liveries, in addition to helmets and victory celebrations which can be unlocked by leveling up. There’s a style of racing for everyone, with multiple motorsport disciplines represented in the game, including rallycross, open-wheel single-seaters, trucks, GT racing, and more free content to come. Join the race on your favorite platform today!

CIRCUIT SUPERSTARS is available now on PS4, PC (via Steam) and Xbox One, also slated for release on the Nintendo Switch console in Q2 2022.

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About Original Fire Games

Original Fire Games is a small team originally created by three siblings of Mexico: Caroline, Carlos and Alberto Mastretta. Together, they have a combined 14 years in game development, as well as over 15 cumulative years of real-world racing experience. They bring all that expertise and passion to Circuit Superstars to create a competitive game with a charming edge. Circuit Superstars is a love letter to the world of motorsport – made for the fans, by the fans.

About Square Enix Collective

Square Enix Collective is a Londondivision based on Square Enix Ltd. The Collective program was launched in 2014 to help independent game developers raise community awareness of hundreds of game locations and has helped teams raise more than $1.2 million through Kickstarter campaigns. Collective has now published and distributed a range of independent titles since April 2016 and is looking for great new projects and talented teams to work with globally – whether it’s release support for already funded development or investment to help create of a game.

On Square Enix Ltd.

Square Enix Ltd. develops, publishes, distributes and licenses SQUARE-ENIXBranded entertainment content, EIDOS and TAITO in Europe and other PAL territories under the Square-Enix group of companies. Square Enix Ltd. also has a worldwide network of leading development studios such as Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal. the Square-Enix group of companies has a valuable intellectual property portfolio including: FINAL FANTASY, which has sold over 164 million units worldwide; DRAGON QUEST, which has sold more than 83 million units worldwide; TOMB RAIDER, which has sold over 85 million units worldwide; and the legendary SPACE INVADERS. Square Enix Ltd. is a London– wholly-owned subsidiary of Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd.

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