Game developer Aspyr is behind the project that also recently brought the old Jedi Academy and Jedi Outcast games to PS4 and Switch.

Aspyr’s VP of publishing Elizabeth Howard said, “The beloved game has been modernized for the most optimal gaming experience on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Star Wars fans should get ready to steer their racer to victory and leave their opponents in the dust.”

The port will feature uprezzed FMV sequences, remapped controls, a new Trophies feature and more.

Racer will reportedly cost US$15 when it launches next month. With 25 playable characters and shot of nostalgia, it could prove a fun stay at home game during this time of pandemic lockdown.