TrackMania: Turbo features gameplay akin to that of previous games in the series. The player can race on over 200 different tracks, across four different locations, namely Rollercoaster Lagoon, International Stadium, Canyon Grand Drift, and Valley Down & Dirty. Similar to previous games, the game moves at a very high pace with a high focus on stunts. The game's developer said that "[They] wanted [Trackmania Turbo] to be an arcade game"
Various modes are set to appear in the game, including a campaign and a mode called Double Driver, which is a cooperative multiplayer mode, in which two players are controlling the same car. TrackMania Turbo will also have a split screen multiplayer mode for up to 4 players which makes it the first racing game with such gameplay for the consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The track editor from previous games also returns, which allows players to create own tracks and share to other players. A new addition to the track editor, is its ability to generate random tracks. A new feature introduced to the franchise is Systemic music, which ties the soundscape to the gameplay, which dynamically intensifies, heightens or lessens the music to fit with the gameplay.
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