Trackmania has been primarily a PC series for the past 13 years. The game series has created quite the following over the past few years, with server customization to serve up nearly endless replayability. Developer Nadeo and publisher Ubisoft are now delivering the fast, insane gravity and physics-defying racer not only to PC, but to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for the first time, the aptly named Trackmania Turbo. And it’s a series that couldn’t benefit more from a wider release, and consoles now have the capability for this game’s scale. Trackmania Turbo is a game that I can’t stop playing.
TrackMania has been a very popular series on PC for quite some time. Each release isn’t so much a revolution, as it is an evolution. This follows that trend and is a more significant difference from past entries due to ManiaPlanet, an all-encompassing system that will house TrackMania, ShootMania, and QuestMania. This is why you likely won’t see ManiaPlanet come to Steam due to the way content will be released. Launching ManiaPlanet now only launches TrackMania2 Canyon.