Grab A Free Steam Game For A Limited Time
Get Hotshot Racing now for the low price of absolutely nothing for the next week, while supplies last.
One of the best PC game sales of the year is currently on at Fanatical, with big discounts available for a wide selection of games. Whether you're looking for savings on PC games or you want to expand your Steam Deck library, there are plenty of options. What if you were looking to get a 100% discount on a game though? Well, you certainly can, and all you'll have to do is sign up for the Fanatical newsletter.
As part of its May Madness sale celebrations, you can grab Hotshot Racing for free once you subscribe to the Fanatical newsletter and link your Steam account. You'll automatically get a key that can be redeemed on Steam, giving you access to a fun racing game. Simply click on the "sign me up" option above the purchase button, and you'll get the game when you check out.
The game is free for the next week (until May 17), while supplies last.
Hotshot Racing is described as a blisteringly fast arcade-style racing game that fuses retro visuals with high-speed action to create a unique experience, and the game has plenty of content to explore. While it looks like it was pulled from the Sega Genesis 32X library with its polygonal art direction, it has several modern racing game touches.
There are 16 racing circuits to test your drifting skills on, and the line-up includes coastal, jungle, alpine, and Las Vegas desert environments. Time Trial and Grand Prix modes are available for some classic racing entertainment, or you can experience the thrill of racing the clock in Drive or Explode. As for multiplayer, you've got four-player split-screen and eight-player online modes available.
The end result is a good-looking and fun racing game that isn't too complex and just focuses on the thrill of speed and leaving burnt rubber marks on every corner. And it's yours to keep, just by signing up for a newsletter.
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