Published on May 16th, 2023 | by Adrian Gunning


Today, Ubisoft announced that Trackmania is now available to play on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation®4 & PlayStation®5.  Players can also access the game on PC with Ubisoft Connect, Epic, Steam, Amazon Luna* and Ubisoft+. Both PC and consoles players will be able to race everywhere thanks to cross-play and cross-progression.

Trackmania offers a unique racing experience for players to compete and climb leaderboards on more than 1000 tracks, with a new one available every day. On the track, players can progress to unlock new prestige skins, medals and trophies.  Players can also team-up with their friends in two different game modes, Ranked and Royal, and join casual daily competitions. An official Esports circuit is available for players looking for new challenges, in addition to many events organised by the community.

Creativity is the fuel of Trackmania’s community, with more than 2000 car skins shared by players for everyone to enjoy. The console launch comes with a Track Editor designed especially for console players and hundreds of new blocks dedicated to gameplay and styling, completing a collection of more than 3000 pieces. New collections of pictures inspired by Ubisoft games are available to create and customise in-game Clubs with the players’ favourite franchises.

The Console version will feature the same Accesses as its PC version with a free Starter Access, a Standard Access for A$14.95 per year and a Club Access for A$44.95 per year or A$89.95 for three years. These three levels of engagement aim to fit every gaming preference, from regular updated content to full customization features and pro-level competition.

However, the excitement isn’t restricted to those behind the wheel; since 2021, Trackmania is the most viewed racing game worldwide on Twitch, with 30 million hours watched. *


With the release of Trackmania on consoles, the entire community can enjoy the thrill of the race and test their skills altogether.

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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