Ubisoft are bringing Trackmania 2: Lagoon to Steam, Uplay, and Maniaplanet this month, letting players loose to tear across impossible tracks, piloting their way around paradise as they go.
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Lagoon takes players to a tropical island, where they can sprint past palm trees and tear past crystal blue waters beneath twisting, winding, arcade tracks.
While Trackmania is known for its online fun, this sequel will not only deliver there - expanding on the on the multiplayer with new features such as team mode, Chase - Trackmania 2: Lagoon will also let you race across an all-new solo campaign.
The game will keep expanding with user-generated content, too, and that stuff will be more accessible than ever with Maniaplanet, a feature-packed portal for all your Trackmania needs.
In Maniaplanet, players can edit and build 3D mesh models and create their own tracks from scratch, as well as solo campaigns filled with customisable objectives.
If you’re not the creative type, you can also easily access the creations of others. For a better idea of what to expect, check out the Maniaplanet trailer above.