Drift Hunters is a web-based drifting game in which you may pilot various vehicles. These vehicles range from Toyota Supra, Toyota AE86, Nissan S13, RWB 911, and Ford Mustang.
It's not quite as in-depth as today's PC and console games, but you have a lot of leeway in fine-tuning and personalizing your vehicle. Due to its foundation in the UNITY engine, it supports 3D visuals and has somewhat realistic physics.
How to play:
Completing missions in Drift Hunters will earn your peers' respect, give you access to the drift vehicles of your dreams, and make it simple to switch between upgrade tiers.
You'll get a brand new Toyota AE86 at no cost and have access to over $20,000 in starting funds for customizations to get your drift immediately. You may improve your surfing velocity by investing extra cash in automobile modifications.
There are many tuning options available for every vehicle you purchase. That may include the front camber, Super, rear offset, brake balance, and many others.
Improving the car's turbo and the engine would be an excellent first step in keeping the wheels spinning and sustaining a more substantial drift. You have total control over these parameters and may fine-tune your float to perfection.
Drifting in the gameFirst, get comfortable with your vehicle's handling and acceleration, then select your preferred drift car. Stay close to the ideal racing line and efficiently use gas during drifting to successfully transition through turns without losing control or speed.
As momentum builds, lean into drifts by gently releasing the brakes after braking for the first corner, allowing for a smooth turn entry. Learning to shift weight between the front and rear wheels with subtle steering inputs will get you ahead of the game.
Selecting the right gear will also provide extra grip when entering corners and different speeds when exiting them.
UP: for Gas
DOWN: for Brakes
LEFT: for steering left
RIGHT: Steering right
SPACEBAR: Hand brake
C: camera perspective
LEFT SHIFT: Shifting up the gear
LEFT CTRL: Shift down a gear