Taxi Chaos brings Crazy Taxi vibes to current-gen

Taxi Chaos brings Crazy Taxi vibes to current-gen

Taxi Chaos, a new entry in the ‘Taxi Genre’ aims to reignite the nostalgia from SEGA’s long-loved and long-forgotten (by SEGA) gem; Crazy Taxi.

Let’s be honest we all have fond memories of Crazy Taxi. Driving around, blasting hard rock and trying to get the passenger to their destination on time…sheer bliss. And now it looks like we have a new contender.

Taxi Chaos, from Lion Castle, is a modern take on classic taxi games where drivers earn big fares by successfully picking up and dropping off customers at the destination of their choice… how you get there is up to you.

Check out the trailer below:

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Players can get behind the wheel of a wide range of unlockable rides, each with its own different attributes. Power through midtown in the strong muscle car, race through the West Side Highway in the superfast exotic supercar and drift around Wall Street in the Japanese tuner. Additional vehicles will become available as players progress through the game.

Would-be cabbies will be able to explore a colourful and vast city with many New York-inspired locations, discover shortcuts, drift through corners, take impossible jumps, and aggressively bash their way through traffic, all while getting paid to do it!

Taxi Chaos
 A chap jumps in a taxi says, “King Arthur’s Close”. The taxi driver says, “Don’t worry I’ll lose him at the lights

You’ve got three different game modes to choose from! In Classic Mode, you’ll speed around New Yellow City against the clock, Free-Mode allows you to pick up passengers at your leisure whilst enjoying the scenery and finally Pro-Mode offers players a real challenge!

Passengers won’t mind if you trade paint with other cars since they’re a little crazy themselves. Players can look forward to giving a ride to hipsters, plumbers, rock stars, and even aliens without worrying about getting a poor rating in a ride-sharing app

Taxi Chaos is coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on February 23rd 2021, with a PS5 version coming soon.

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