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KartRider: Drift Season 1 Trailer Released

Gear up for Season 1 of Nexon’s KartRider: Drift with the latest trailer for the game.

Season 1 brings the Grand Prix racing mode, where Racers will be able to compete on a seasonal ladder and rank up to earn special prizes. Four new factory theme tracks have been included, including First Steps, Brodi’s Gloom, Cogwheel Crush, and Factory 5. World Tour theme tracks include London Night, New York Rally, Rio de Ja-nitro, and Terracotta Twister.

Learn more with the trailer below:

KartRider: Drift | Season 1 Trailer

The season will run from March 8 to May 3.

KartRider: Drift is a free-to-play, cross-platform kart racer that pays host to kart and character customization. Up to eight players can race online in up to teams of four and face off in item or drift-focused races.

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