KW Studios has released the On The Edge Pack DLC for RaceRoom Racing Experience which adds three new racing cars, including an Austrian GT2, a British GT4, and a North American IMSA DPi prototype.
The pack includes:
- KTM X-Bow GT2 and GTX version
- McLaren 570S GT4
- Mazda RT-24P prototype
The RaceRoom On The Edge DLC including 4 cars and 64 liveries is available via the RaceRoom Store for €7.48. The individual cars are available for €3.98.
Furthermore, KW Studios has also communicated that from now on, they will start to release regular themed content packs every three months, accompanied by occasional smaller releases that can contain a single car or track that deserves to be highlighted.
The first of these intermittent releases including a new GT3 car is scheduled to become available in about six weeks’ time, followed by a themed pack release at the end of Q2, around June.
The core RaceRoom Racing Experience racing simulator is free for all and can be installed from this Steam link. Commercial add-ons are available in the RaceRoom Store.Official Webpages – game.raceroom.com – sector3studios.com
KTM X-Bow GT2
First up is KTM’s quirky X-Bow GT2, the latest steroidal evolution of the X-Bow platform. What started off as a lightweight, grown-up go-kart has bulked up over the years, first gaining a clam-shell closed cockpit and now a longer wheelbase, extreme aero, and even more power. Directed at the SRO’s ‘gentleman’ driver GT2 series, it’s also hit the international endurance scene hard – and with success.
McLaren’s 570S GT4
You may think of GT4s as tame: boring, barely modified road cars. Think again. GT4 has evolved from its humble roots as an aspiring GT driver’s jump-off point to standing on its own, slotting in only just below the GT3 category (and often found racing alongside it). Don’t forget that the cars GT4s are based on are typically road-going supercars in their own right, and McLaren’s 570S GT4 proves the point. Low-slung, capable, and thrilling to drive, the McLaren will further boost Raceroom’s already strong GT4 pack.
The tip of this performance avalanche comes in the svelte form of Mazda’s RT-24P prototype. Built to IMSA’s DPi regulations by sportscar specialists Multimatic and based on the Riley-Multimatic Mk30 LMP2 chassis, the Mazda is a proper screamer. And that’s both its engine note and what happens when you drive it! The RT-24P is a full-on prototype: carbon-tubbed, laden with aero, and delivering 600hp in a package that weighs well under a ton. Racing from 2017-21, it won all the American endurance classics: Sebring, Daytona, and Petit Le Mans. It’s going to be a blast to drive and perfect for multi-class racing.