TIME : 21st Oct 2013 MonAUTHOR : Eleanor
Berlin based online games developer GameArt Studio sent out invitations to their first official online event last Wednesday for their new future racer Quantum Rush. The event gave chosen guests from the gaming press the opportunity to check out the first racing mode and compete against each other in exciting races.
Editors from the gaming press, gaming and racing enthusiasts as well as YouTubers and supporters of Quantum Rush from many different countries logged into the GameArt Studio servers to get a hands-on impression of the game at its current stage of development.
In their most recent Kickstarter update, the game’s developers from Berlin had already announced that they would continue to work on the game, regardless of the campaign’s result. Things went a bit quiet around the project, but then the Quantum Rush team came up with this small and exclusive online event.
And the wait was worth its while: The event, which was also the first test of the game with external players, went off well and the game managed to captivate the players right away.
In any case, it is safe to say that the participants enjoyed their first contact with Quantum Rush: Instead of the planned 30 to 45 minutes of racing, the event lasted for almost 2 hours.
More good news: As the event was a success, it can be assumed that it will not be long now until the game goes into its official alpha phase.
The Quantum Rush team says thank you to all participants for the fun game session and their constructive feedback.
Quantum Rush on Kickstarter:
About GameArt Studio:
GameArt Studio was founded in Berlin, 2006, and quickly became one of the most innovative developers and publishers of online games.
All GameArt Studio games are multiplayer online games that allow players from all around the world to play together. Furthermore, all GameArt Studio games are free-to-play.
The four published games of GameArt Studio “Holy War”, “Tagoria”, “A.I. War” and “Glory Wars” are enjoyed by a worldwide community.