Revolutionizing a Genre
Bank Limit immerses players in the industry-first world of hypersonic battle racing. Compete against the computer, your friends, and the clock as you tear through future challenges that alternate between mind-blowing tracks and zero-g battlefields.
Supports both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Cross Platform Multiplayer
Supports both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
The most realistically created VR body in a game to date.
Top speeds range from 800MPH to 10,000MH.
Track to Flying
Magnet racer to jet fighter and back again at the push of a button.
Your standard head tracking laser. Pew! Pew!
Packs more punch and can bounce off a surface.
Slow, with massive area of effect damage.
Target locking, destruction from behind.
Target locking, destruction from above.
Slow moving, heavy hitting.
Reflect damage back at your attacker.
Press button, go faster. Profit.
This is the place to start.
This is where it all begins. Technically named New Astra, it picked up its popular moniker due to being the first circuit in the Bank Limit Grand Prix. A relatively simple design that fools many racers into ignoring the subtle nuance of its curves.
The oldest tracks on the Bank Limit circuit and the best place to cut your teeth. This area first attracted interest due to an underground spring on the otherwise mostly inhospitable New Rynn. It is one of the few tracks still in existence to feature an asphalt surface.
This course was constructed in space before the invention of force field technology and after the addition of weaponry to the Bank Limit Grand Prix. Originally connected to a station that no longer exists. The Valent Station Circuit now sits in empty space above New Rynn.
Built by Astute Industries, the main corporate sponsor of the Bank Limit GP, and set in a city constructed right on the edge of space. This circuit is for the opulent to watch in their force-field protected buildings. One of Bank Limit's pre-eminent courses.
You're going to have to put a lot of racers into the wall if you want to win.
Nicknamed Coaster City for the its signature first hill. Atlas Complex is a corporate city home to several of the headquarters of Bank Limit GP’s sponsors.
The dual towers once housed some of racing’s greatest minds. The former Gern Morgan test track was left behind as they rose to prominence and relocated to Astute City. Fortunately, Bank Limit GP’s governing body quickly stepped in and repurposed the track to host events.
A cold place and a colder track. Due to the unpredictable twists and turns, not to mention its unforgiving camber, this track has a reputation as one of the more difficult in the Bank Limit GP.
Once connected to a deep space research facility, this course is lies further out in space than any other on the Bank Limit GP. With the Orion Nebula far in the distance, the stars shine brightly against the blackness of space.
A popular epithet due to its famous triple drop. Citon Prime is host to many premier sporting events. None however, top the Bank Limit GP in grandeur.
Driving and flying, together at last.
A former research facility situated in the heart of an asteroid belt. This Proxima Centuri circuit was the first dedicated Advanced Series track.
Constructed using the latest transparent alloys. Empyrean offers surprisingly diverse lines through its double sided track sections.
Situated in LHA-120-N 11 in the large Magellanic Cloud. Quadrant 7 is fan favorite due to the frequent combat in its quad pipe section, as well as the unorthodox routes racers are known to take through its enclosed segment.
With its reputation for Racers getting lost, Mercurial is well known for its serpentine tubes which span over half of its length.
The most difficult Advanced Series track on the Bank Limit GP circuit. Its unconventional design offers many opportunities to shave a few tenths.
Get ready for the ultimate in fast paced action.
The first circuit built specifically for hypersonic racing technology. Speeds in excesses of 4K mph have been recorded.
One of the only tracks in the Hyper Series that consistently sees combat. The Loop may look simple, but takes solid confidence to emerge from its tunnel section unscathed.
Time to crown the potentate. The shortest track in the Hyper Series, Hyper Palace is well known for its difficult second segment.
Set against the backdrop of the beautiful Pryxyn Mountains. Assiduous is well regarded for its flowing turns and smooth cambers. The final corner catches many unaware however.
The fastest track in the Hyper Series. Conduit has seen the crowing of many champions and the fall of many racers.