SimBin Studios AB
released their anticipated expansion pack for their title RACE 07
, which is immediately available on Steam
. Expect to pay about ten dollars for the expansion pack that will give you access to some sweet retro cars, including a couple of my favorite muscle cars, the '74 Corvette and the '70 Camaro. On top of the new cars you will be able to race as, expect two more tracks to enjoy, including one labeled as the "Hillclimb Stage" which can only insinuate that you'll be winding your way around a hill. Expansions are always good, especially if loaded with good content, and for ten bucks, it looks to be a good value for fans of racing.
Lidköping /Sweden, June 23, 2011– The Swedish game development company SimBin Studios AB
today announced that the “Retro” expansion is available for the award winning PC racing game “RACE 07”.
This is the fifth expansion pack after “Formula RaceRoom”, “STCC2”, “GT Power”, and “WTCC 2010”
The “Retro” expansion is now available via digital distribution at only 4.99 Euro on:
RaceRoom Online: www.raceroom.net
The “Retro” expansion features 8 cool retro cars and 2 new high detailed tracks. It is designed for all fans who love their racing cars loud and charismatic. From the unmistakable rounded curves of the Volvo Amazon, over the iconic BMW 2002 to the raw coolness factor of the ’70 Chevrolet Camaro, it is all here. The pack also contains the Poznan track which is a world premiere on any gaming platform, and the first hill climb stage ever made by SimBin.
- Integration with the RaceRoom Online platform, featuring leader boards and competitions.
- The first ever hill climb stage developed by SimBin, based loosely on stretches of road in the Alps.
1968 Volvo Amazon
1972 Volvo P1800 ES
1971 BMW 2002
1968 Mini Cooper S
1971 Opel Commodore GS 3001
1973 BMW 3.0 CSL
1974 Chevrolet Corvette
1970 Chevrolet Camaro
Check out the “Retro Pack” video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xfzV5-EUCc
One more RACE 07 content pack is yet to be revealed during the coming weeks. Stay tuned!