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Take your Anki OVERDRIVE kit to the next level with the X-52 Vehicle and transform your racing battles!
- X52’s weapons: Boomer, Pulse Ram and Smasher
- Unleash Rage Mode on your opponents
- Features Takeover, an exclusive Supertruck game mode
- Requires Anki OVERDRIVE Starter Kit
- Download the free Anki OVERDRIVE app on a compatible iOS or Android device to control your vehicle on the track
Big, mean and savage, X52 hits hard and takes no prisoners! Stay out of his way or you’ll be blasted off the track by his Pulse Ram.
Deployed behind the truck to detonate, causing damage and swerving of cars.
Force field in front of Rig. Cars are pushed off track when in contact with the field.
Causes Damage and swerving of cars around the truck by shooting out a radial shockwave. Tap button firing style.
Supertrucks are big, powerful, unpredictable and come with a big trick up their sleeve. Rage Mode.
When commanding a Supertruck, keep it moving at top speed to gradually fill the Supertruck’s Rage Meter. Once completely full the Supertruck will accelerate beyond its normal top speed and constantly fires its special weapon until the Rage Meter is depleted.
Game Mode: Takeover
Challenge friends or AI Commanders in Takeover, an all new Supertruck exclusive game mode.
In Takeover, players start each match in their chosen Supercars. Anyone that can break through a Supertruck’s defenses will take control of the vehicle to wreak havoc on their opponents until another player disables them and takes command of the Supertruck.
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