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AtGames debuts new sit-down racing arcade cab

Quickly expanding is AtGames Legends Ultimate line of at-home arcade cabinets. This time it’s with a sit-down unit, the Legends Ultimate Racer.

You’re rocking the car

Home arcades of all shapes and sizes have fast become a trend in the gaming-scape. That includes everything from full-size arcades, to 3/4 standups, and even micro-sized tabletop cabs.

Right there with all the various companies putting out new product too, is AtGames. Formerly a company that produced TV-based classic games and the like, AtGames has fast become a force in the home-arcade arena.

The Legends Ultimate line already includes an arcade cabinet, as well as a pinball table that runs along the same lines. Both play a huge assortment of titles that are built right in, or can be purchased via an online shop, or via a PC. Well, now you can add one more to the collection, with the Legends Ultimate Racer.

The reveal video below is from a much larger show, but the racing fun starts at about 28 mins and change.

Legends Ultimate Racer is online-enabled cabinet that includes pre-installed classic racing games (to be announced) with support for additional games via a connected PC, so gamers will finally be able to play games like Forza in a real racing cabinet, right in their home. The cabinet will feature a 32-inch display, stereo sound with support for optional 5.2 surround sound, an adjustable seat with color-changing LEDs and optional haptic feedback. PC games that will be supported include Forza Motorsport 7, Project Cars 2, Dirt Rally 2, Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, F1 2020 and My Summer Car.

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There’s no release date for this one just yet, but we’ll let you know as soon as we hear something. And in the meantime, make sure to check out AtGames’ Facebook page for more.

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