Three futuristic flying racing cars called Gravs flying through the air in Antigraviator

Antigraviator Update Makes It More Like F-Zero

Antigraviator, the ridiculously fast F-Zero-Mario Kart mash-up has received an update to make it, well, less like Mario Kart.

Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Cybernetic Walrus have released a free content update introducing the Pure Mode, which gives players the option to race without traps and pick-ups.

The Pure mode was reportedly highly requested and I can see why – while I enjoyed the traps and pick-ups, I yearned for a more F-Zero-esque experience that wasn’t as pronounced in the original mode.

The update has also introduced multiple camera angles and bindable keys, amongst other fixes and improvements.

For a full list of patch notes, please visit the Antigraviator Steam Forum.

Don’t forget to read our Antigraviator review!

Written by John

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