Neon Seoul: Outrun – Gameplay Tips

This is just some basics on the gameplay of Neon Seoul: Outrun.
Basics of how to achieve higher score in the main mode of Neon Seoul: Outrun, so that you can also become a top player on the leaderboards of the game!

Basics of Getting Higher Score

Ok, so I am not necessarily an expert in this game (yet), but wanted to share some of my foundings, how to actually get higher score.

1. Lean forward immediately after starting the session to activate boost

Neon Seoul: Outrun - Gameplay Tips

The game actually seems to get harder the longer you play (police chases you quicker etc.), and immediately after you start, there isn’t much traffic on the road. This is the chance to get quickly into booster mode.

2. Stay in boost as long as you can to gain multipliers

The highest points are gained actually by multipliers. The longer you stay in boost, the higher the multiplier gets. This will give you multiplied points. Aim for these.
Try to do more near misses also, as this adds to the multipliers also.

3. Don’t crash! Stop yourself and claim multiplier bonus

Do not crash! When you crash, you will lose all the multiplier you have collected. As soon as you see cars or other obstacles approaching, lean back and stop or slow down the car.
Once you are out of boost for a few seconds, the multiplier will be added to your points.

4. Repeat the boost and stop to claim as much as possible

The best chance to get the highest multiplier is at the beginning of the session, but even throughout the game, keep getting into boost to collect multiplier and then stop to claim them and add them to your points. This is important tactic to gain more points.

Volodymyr Azimoff
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