Thursday, October 08, 2009
RACE ON – DEMO VERSION RELEASED!
– The new SimBin car racing sim can now be test driven on two circuits with two cars –
Eschborn, October 8, 2009: The games publisher bitComposer Games today released a demo version of the new racing simulation RACE On. Virtual racing drivers can now complete the first laps with two cars: the Dodge Challenger SRT8 and the Seat Leon TDI. The 681MB demo has two game modes and two tracks for car racing fanatics: Oschersleben and Falkenberg. A multiplayer steam demo is also planned and will be available shortly.
The RACE Ondemo has two game modes: in “Racing Event“ mode players must complete a whole weekend of racing, including training, qualifiers and the race itself, whereas the objective in “Time Attack“ is to achieve the fastest lap around a circuit. RACE On is published by bitComposer Games and distributed by NAMCO BANDAI Partners Germany in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
THE RACE IS ON
In RACE On, PC players can race on the circuits in 39 meticulously reproduced vehicles that are available in over 450 designs. 27 variants of 21 racing tracks guarantee hours of gaming fun. Apart from Imola and Okayama, glamorous raceways such as Laguna Seca, Road America, Sturup and Karlskoga also feature on the impressive list of tracks. Drivers can compete against up to 25 AI drivers in the 17 different race classes, and can of course burn rubber against real players online! The new Dual Ghost mode offers players two ghost opponents to help improve both your own lap times and those of your opponent. A realistic physics engine and a dynamic weather system that can change during a race, provides a totally authentic race atmosphere. Compulsory pit stops in the STCC races add an extra tactical component to the already exhilarating gameplay experience.
RACE On will be available in stores on October 22 on Windows PC, priced 49.99 Euros. For more information about RACE On,please visit: www.simbin.com. For further info on bitComposer Games, please visit: www.bit-composer.com.