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SEGA Reveals Team Sonic Racing’s “Bingo Party” 

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SEGA Reveals Team Sonic Racing’s “Bingo Party”

In the latest video from SEGA we get a first look at the production of “Bingo Party,” a high-energy remixed track aiming to get us excited with the upcoming release of Team Sonic Racing. Bingo Party was originally composed for the 3D platform game Sonic Heroes from 2003.

In this new video we hear from Sonic Team’s Sound Director Jun Senoue and Japanese electronic music artist, Toriena, the video highlights the distinctive musical styles of each artist and how they join them to make a really awesome soundtrack for the game.

Take a look at the  Jun Senoue and Toriena interview here:

Team Sonic Racing is set to release for the PS4, Xbox One,  Switch, and PC on May 21, 2019. The game shows a difference to other ‘Kart’ racing games like Mario Kart and Crash Team Racing by focusing more on the speed and the beautiful rendered cars and scenarios.

Sumo Digital, has already worked for SEGA as a developer for Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing  and Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. Sonic Team head and game producer Takashi Iizuka conceived the cooperative gameplay, and Sumo Digital used the team-based Sonic Heroes as a point of reference, this will make of Team Sonic Racing a truly fun racing game for all ages.

Developed by award-winning studio Sumo Digital, Team Sonic Racing is the ultimate arcade and fast-paced competitive style racing experience, featuring your favorite characters and environments from across the Sonic Universe.

Race together and win together in online multiplayer or local co-op mode utilizing the dynamic team mechanics and vehicle customization features to dash across the finish line. Team Sonic Racing is set to release both physically and digitally on May 21, 2019 on Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One and Nintendo Switch, with a digital-only release on PC.

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