Chaotic multiplayer “DIY racer” Make Way, developed by indie developer Ice Beam Games and published by Secret Mode, launches today at Steam Next Fest. The Make Way demo, which supports 1-4 players, gives players an early look at the unbridled chaos that’s expected to come to the full cross-platform game later this year for PC, Nintendo Switch, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One. .
The demo allows up to four players online or locally in racing mode, where players focus on building their tracks and ultimately racing, or in classic mode, where weapons and obstacles are added for a truly chaotic experience and will fight together. A selection of track parts, obstacles and vehicles are available, with more unlockable by playing the demo and more expected in the final full release.
About Make Way
Make Way is a classic top-down multiplayer race that kicks up a number of gears.
Take track pieces from a pick ‘n’ mix menu and combine them to create your track Avoid dangers, use your weapons and avoid crashing across the finish line in a chaotic race to assemble new track pieces for the next round.
Race across ever-expanding tracks with increasingly dangerous elements until a winner is determined – then repeat on a brand new track.
Mix and match unique track parts and hazards for nearly endless track configurations
Fight for weapons and power-ups to gain an advantage
Unlock new track parts and vehicles for even crazier races
Up to four players locally or online with cross-platform multiplayer
Adjust chaos with customizable rules that give you control over security barriers, barrier placement, and more