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Hot Wheels Unleashed Track Builder Detailed


Discover how racers will be able to build, design, and share their custom courses with the latest trailer for Milestone and Mattel’s Hot Wheels Unleashed.

The Track Builder in this title is the same one Milestone’s designers have used to create the official tracks found in the game. All of the items, tools, tracks, and layouts will be available; the only thing required is one’s imagination – and a love of Hot Wheels.

More than 20 amazing modules are available, including T-Rex Escape, Spider Ambush, and Hungry Cobra. One can also share their creations with others with fellow racers around the world.

See it in action with the trailer below:

Hot Wheels Unleashed™ Track Builder Trailer

Hot Wheels Unleashed’s Lead Game Designer Federico Cardini recently recorded a deep dive regarding this functionality. The video, which can be seen below, walks players through the basics and serves as a crash course in track design.

Hot Wheels Unleashed™ Track Builder Walkthrough

The game will come out on September 30, 2021.

Source: Press Release

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Hot Wheels Unleashed Track Builder Detailed

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