New content update brings world famous German race track and 2004
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren to Auto Club Revolution
Eutechnyx released exciting new fully licensed content into their ground
breaking free-to-play online racing game and car community - Auto Club
Revolution. From now on, players are able to race the newly launched car 2004
Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren around legendary German race track Hockenheimring.
Hockenheimring joins a raft of fully licensed tracks to feature in Auto Club
Revolution, recreated in authentic detail by the Eutechnyx track and art
specialists using the same techniques and production standards as in their top
selling console titles. Players can initially experience the full Grand Prix
configuration of the track with the Touring and Short configurations added
through a community competition starting today. Product Manager Jason Collins
said, "We're extremely proud to deliver the thrill and excitement of the world
famous and iconic Hockenheimring track for our players to enjoy for free."
To celebrate the release of Hockenheimring the Auto Club Revolution team is
hosting a "Race to Release" competition, challenging the community to
collectively complete 100,000 laps of the Grand Prix route in order to unlock
the next route configuration. For the duration of the challenge the community
will also be able to vote on the next configuration to be released via an
exclusive poll hosted in the official Eutechnyx forums and Facebook page.
Auto Club Revolution offers an exciting and authentic racing experience on your
PC. The free-to-play title combines high quality, realistic graphics and
handling with a social platform for car enthusiasts. Currently the game is being
developed in collaboration with over 50 of the world's leading motor
manufacturers and includes licensed upgrades and race tracks including
Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Circuit de Spa Francorchamps, Silverstone and
Infineon Raceway as well as custom race tracks.
Players can register at
http://www.autoclubrevolution.com and collect their first free car to start
racing straight away.