RaceRoom – Porsche Pack 2023 DLC Released

RaceRoom – Porsche Pack 2023 DLC Released

KW Studios in partnership with Porsche Motorsports have released the Porsche Pack 2023 DLC, bringing three new Porsche racing cars to RaceRoom Racing Experience. The pack includes the 1987 Porsche 944 Turbo Cup, the 2023 Porsche 911 GT3 Cup, and the 2023 Porsche 911 GT3 R.

Alongside the new cars, the pack also adds some new features and improvements, including an updated ABS and traction control system, new liveries for the McLaren 720S GT3, and New challenges and championships.

The Porsche Pack 2023 DLC is available now via the RaceRoom store for €8.99.

GT3 continues its march to world domination: there are now series all over the world, and next year the GT class at the Le Mans 24 Hours will comprise GT3s as part of the regs changes in the World Endurance Championship. The class is also a mainstay of sim racing – and Raceroom already has one of the strongest GT3 offerings out there, covering cars going right back to the first generation. But, this is about now: so the core of this release is the mighty 992-shape 911 GT3 R, which has already been racking up wins in the DTM and other major championships – and a record 14 GT3 Rs will compete in this weekend’s prestigious 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps. We’ve cherry-picked the best liveries from the global series for you to use to take on the opposing GT3 hordes.

Next up we continue our official relationship with the Porsche Carrera Cup by presenting the grid of the 2023 Porsche Carrera Cup Deutschland. With a bumper grid of over 30 cars (and with the majority of the tracks on this year’s schedule already in Raceroom), you can recreate the frantic racing of this one-make Cup, featuring cars that are arguably more challenging than the GT3 model. With no ABS or traction control allowed, your braking technique and throttle control will be at a premium – there’ll be no just mashing the pedals and hoping the electronics sort it out.

Aesthetically there’s not much between it and the GT3 R – and in fact, the raw specifications of the new Cup car even exceed the last-gen GT3. It’s wide, low, and brutal: a massive leap on from the 991-shape Cup car and truly a challenging racer to master. As well as the official ‘sprint’ version, we’re also including an ‘endurance’ spec model with more authentic liveries, which will allow the use of ABS and Porsche Motorsports Traction Control; this model is typically seen in 24H Series long-distance events or at the Nürbgurgring in NLS races.

Book-ending the contemporary Carrera Cup model is the 944 Turbo Cup. This front-engined GT was almost seen as heretical when it was launched back in 1982, but quickly gained a great reputation and in the period actually became Porsche’s most successful car in terms of sales. It was born to race, and competed at Le Mans the year before its official launch (badged as a 924 GTP). Five national 944 Turbo Cup series were launched in the mid-‘80s, and it served as the successful forerunner of the Carrera Cup that started in the following decade. We’ve modeled the 1987 car, which puts out more power via a new KKK turbocharger and features a wider track and ABS.

RaceRoom Racing Experience racing simulator is free for all and can be installed from this Steam link. However, besides the limited free car and track content, RaceRoom also offers a wide choice of commercial add-ons which are available in the RaceRoom Store.

Official Webpages – game.raceroom.comsector3studios.com

Porsche Pack 2023 DLC