KartRider: Drift has some fun and exciting tracks that players should enjoy.
KartRider: Drift is an arcade kart racing game that is free to play and works with other games. As with most racing games, the success of this one depends on how fun and challenging the tracks are. This is something that the game’s developers, Nexon, do a great job of.
KartRider: Drift has two different ways to play: Speed Mode and Item mode. Some of the best tracks are only available in Speed Mode, though. To get to the harder and more fun tracks, players will need to finish the three Licenses they can get right now (B2, B1, and L3).
Forest: Zigzag Timberland
Even though Forest: Zigzag Timberland doesn’t have any of the crazy features of the other tracks on this list, it is still a great racetrack all around. This traditional course’s first half is meant to be played quickly, so it can only be played in Speed Mode.
After racing through a lush, interesting forest, players will reach the zigzag part of the track. This part is hard enough that an L3 License is needed to ride it.
Desert: Construction Chaos
Racetracks that go up instead of down are not common, but Desert: Construction Chaos makes it work. Even though the track starts out pretty normally, players will soon have to make their way to the top of the construction site through tight, 90-degree turns.
Even though it’s hard to do this quickly, the best racers can, and everyone gets a big jump from the top at the end of each lap as a reward. Once a player has their L3 License, they can play this track in Speed Mode.
Mine: Magma Cavern
Mine: Magma Cavern is one of the most fun tracks for Item Mode. There are lots of places to fall off or push other players into the lava. On the straights, players in Speed mode with extra boosts will feel like they are on an old-fashioned roller coaster.
Magma Cavern has a few tricky corners, but it’s more about other kinds of chaos, which makes it a great map to play with friends. Players will need their B1 License to play on this race track.
Glacier: Extreme Stadium
To get to the extreme stadium part of Glacier: Extreme Stadium, players must first make their way through a series of icy roads that are perfect for drifting. Even though this isn’t the best part of the track, it shows which drivers are good and which ones aren’t.
When the players get to the stadium, they will hear the crowd roar before they start a fast-paced skill test that includes a slanted slalom and a big jump. This track is only for Speed Mode, and because it is hard, players must have their L3 License.
Desert: Ancient Aqueducts
In Desert: Ancient Aqueducts, the first thing racers will see is a series of 90-degree turns that can quickly thin out the competition. After that, players will have to control their drifts to avoid falling into pools of water, which will slow them down.
At the end of each lap, players get to race on top of sand dunes. Which is arguably the most fun part. The slopes are there in case players can’t stay on top. This track can only be used in Speed Mode and only if you have an L3 License.
Glacier: Polar Halfpipe
Glacier: Polar Halfpipe is one of the most fun tracks you can ride in both Item Mode and Speed Mode. Also, it’s easier to get to because you only need a B2 License. Which is the first one to be unlocked.
The whole track is an icy halfpipe, and players can choose to race on a higher level if they use a boost to get there. The track’s best part is a tough hairpin turn that players have to get back from because part of the track cuts off right away.
Glacier: Snowbound Slopes
Glacier: Snowbound Slopes is one of KartRider Drift’s most fun tracks because players race down a huge ski course. Since this track is only playable in Speed Mode after the L3 License is earned. Players will have to work hard to get around the hard and icy corners.
After the first lap, players will be surprised to find that a ski lift will take them back to the top for the second lap. The best parts of this track are the three big drops and caves you can go through.
Mine: Winding Slopes
For 8 Ball Pool players who have their L3 License, the Mine: Winding Slopes track can be played in Speed Mode. Winding Slopes is longer and harder than most of the other tracks in KartRider: Drift, so you only need to do one lap.
As players go downhill, they will have to carefully control their drifts and boosts on a track full of sharp turns and difficult corners. There are also a lot of shortcuts on this map. Which makes it more fun because players can try different routes to surprise their opponents.
KartRider: Drift is already out for PC and mobile devices, and it will soon be out for Xbox and PlayStation.