Disney Speedstorm’s Frozen-inspired Season 5 “Let It Go” out on November 30

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November 22, 2023

Gameloft announced that Disney Speedstorm’s Season 5 update, “Let It Go,” will be released on November 30 for Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC. The latest season in this cross-platform combat racing experience is inspired by Disney’s Frozen and will add to the game new Racers, skills, Crew Members, and an Arendelle-inspired racing environment.

Disney Speedstorm’s Season 5 update includes:

  •  5 new Frozen-inspired Racers, including Elsa, Anna, Olaf, Kristoff, and Hans.

  •  New skills to master, such as Elsa’s striking Ice Magic, Anna’s unique skill, Love Thaw, and Olaf’s chilling Snowfall.

  •  New Arendelle-inspired racing environment, filled with icy hazards and other unique track features.

  • 15 new Crew Members from the Frozen film franchise, including Sven, Bruni, Grand Pabbie, Oaken, the Duke of Weselton, and more.

  • Bonus Racers: Oswald and Ortensia and one additional bonus Racer yet to be revealed.

Pre-orders and pre-registration for the mobile version of Disney Speedstorm remain active for players to sign up for at the following locations:

Visit Disney Speedstorm at disneyspeedstorm.com to learn more about the game’s Early Access content, its latest season, sign up for newsletter updates, and more.

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