Road Redemption, the unofficial spiritual successor to Road Rash, has released a new gameplay video showing how the motorcycle-based action game has progressed since its Kickstarter campaign was successful.

This latest video demonstrates early versions of the uzi and grenade launcher.

Developer DarkSeas Games is planning to release a second video in the near future showing off the game's two-to-four player splitscreen, alternate biker model, and a couple of additional motorbikes.

While the Kickstarter campaign is over, DarkSeas is still accepting funding on its Road Redemption's official site where you can reserve the PC version of the game for $15 and the Xbox 360 and Wii U versions for $17. The developer noted that there are still alpha and beta testers slots available for those who pledge $30 and $47 respectively.

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