General Information

Redout 2 FAQ

Q: What platforms is Redout 2 available on?
A: Redout 2 is available on PC, Xbox One, Xbox X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch.

Q: Is there an offline mode?
A: Yes, you can play Redout 2 without an internet connection with Arcade Offline and Career Mode.

Q: Can I customize my hovership?
A: Yes, you can customize your hovership’s gameplay statistics by installing modules, as well as its appearance via components, color schemes, and liveries.

Q: What languages is Redout 2 localized in?
A: Game audio is available in English. Subtitles and UI text is available in English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Turkish.

Q: Does Redout 2 support local co-op?
A: No, there is no local co-op in Redout 2.

Q: Is cross-platform or cross-gen play supported?
A: Redout 2 supports cross-gen play with PlayStation players (PS4 and PS5) and Xbox players (Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X). We also support cross-platform play on PC between Epic Game Store and Steam.

Q: What about in-game social features?
A: In Redout 2 can form groups with your friends to play together. You are also able to upload your best times and see the top players on our global leaderboards. 

Q: Is Redout 2 developed by Saber Interactive?
A: Redout 2 was developed by Saber's 34BigThings studio and published by Saber Interactive.

Q: Where can I buy the game?
A: You can purchase Redout 2 digitally here.

Q: How does Redout 2 compare to the original?
A: Redout 2 is an entirely new game. It brings the fastest racing experience to a new level with an intense driving system, comprehensive training modes, enhanced multiplayer features, and much more.

Q: Are some of the old race tracks in Redout also in Redout 2?
A: Yes, the Mars and Old Cairo tracks are in the game.

Q: Is Geforce RTX mode supported?
A: No.

Q: Is there a system for earning liveries?
A: Players can unlock liveries (as well as modules and other aesthetic components) by completing in-game objectives in Career Mode.

Q: What frame rate should I expect on my console?
A: For PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, you can expect 30 FPS, and for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, you can expect 60 FPS.