Thrasher, successor to Thumper, announced

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Thrasher, successor to Thumper, announced

Successor of Panpan, Thrasher, was announced at The Game Awards 2023. It is an upcoming stunning cosmic racing game that is expected to captivate gamers across VR, console, and PC platforms in 2024.

Successor of Thumper Thrasher at the Game Awards 2023 – The details

The new announced Thrasher challenges players with quick gesture controls, propelling their space eel into a frantic race for survival.

Here is a description of the trailer:

From the artist and composer behind the cult hit THUMPER comes THRASHER, a stunning cosmic racing game and essential audio-visual experience. Use quick gesture controls to evolve your space eel from worm to megabeast in a frantic race for survival that begins at the dawn of time.

TRANSCENDING SPACE-TIME

Immerse yourself in a dazzling adventure through space, where music, visuals and gameplay integrate into a transcendent experience.

YOU V THE UNIVERSE

Use sleek gesture controls to dive, dash, and dash through the void at breakneck speed, leaping over obstacles and stacking combos as you fight against the next boss.

SOUND AND FURY

Lose yourself in the punchy soundtrack created by designer Brian Gibson, bassist for the band Lightning Bolt. Thrasher is a 3D audio showcase, combining spatial audio and haptics to create a stunning sensory experience.

COOLING OR CHALLENGE

Live and enjoy this crazy journey, or push your limits by stringing together huge combos to climb the leaderboards.

The Game Awards 2023 is now streaming

The Game Awards 2023 marks the 10th annual awards show held in Los Angeles. Hosted by Geoff Keighley, the TGA seeks to provide a celebration of games and the developers behind them. Dozens of awards are up for grabs, from Best Music and Score to the coveted Game of the Year award. 2023 has proven to be one of the most memorable gaming years in recent memory. We have seen versions like Spider-Man 2, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Realm, Super Mario Bros. WonderAnd Final Fantasy XVI. This year’s winners will have fought a tough battle.

The other major draw of The Game Awards is the multitude of new announcements and trailers. Every year, dozens of publishers and developers from around the world preview their latest titles. Last year we witnessed the revelation of Death Stranding 2, Armored Core VI: Fires of the Rubicon, and updates on many other titles. You can expect many exciting announcements this year, like the one you are reading now!

The show is now streaming live on YouTube and Twitch! If you don’t plan to watch live, be sure to stay tuned for more immediate coverage here on Final Weapon.

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