iRacing, and developer Monster Games have announced that the World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing game will receive extensive updates during the 2023 year, including a 2023 season update.
The World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing 2023 Season Update is expected for PlayStation and Xbox platforms in late summer. It will include new paint schemes and drivers for World of Outlaws Sprint Car and Late Model drivers, three new tracks, and even a new series, with further details to be released closer to launch. The 2023 Season Update will be an add-on to World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing, following the conclusion of the 2022 Season Pass.
Furthermore, the iRacing and Moster Games also announced that a Nintendo Switch version of the game is in the making. If all goes as planned, the Nintendo Switch version will be released somewhere this fall. The Switch version will include all content released to date, adding two cars (the Big Block and UMP Modifieds) and three tracks (Limaland Motorsports Park, Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, and Lucas Oil Speedway) to the base content of the original game. The 2023 Season Pass will also be integrated into the Switch version of World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing.
The response to World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing has been so incredible that we couldn’t wait to start working on a 2023 Season Update, said iRacing president Tony Gardner. We’re thrilled about how many members of the iRacing and World of Outlaws communities have embraced the game on PlayStation and Xbox, and we can’t wait to add even more with our upcoming Nintendo Switch port. We’ll have exciting new content on the way for all platforms later this year, and we’re sure the community will be pumped for the new cars, tracks, and drivers!
World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing is currently available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
The World of Outlaws game lets you start as a local track racer and work your way up the ranks to become the next World of Outlaws champion. You can upgrade your car, your team, and the facilities to stay competitive with the best of the best. The player can race both the premier World of Outlaws Sprint Car and Late Model Series, as well as 4 additional DIRTcar classes across more than 40 tracks including iconic real-world venues such as Eldora, Volusia, and Williams Grove.
Building on its existing platform, and with the help of real-world driver feedback, Monster Games promises quality car and track models, all-new physics, competitive AI, great sounds, and multiplayer technology from iRacing.
Drivers can race any vehicle available to them in Career Mode at any time, and with an all-new Car Creator that includes more layers and shapes, can bring just about any design imaginable to the track.
Sprint car racers can do battle in the 305, 360, and World of Outlaws 410 Sprint Car divisions, while World of Outlaws Super Late Models, Pro Late Models, and Street Stocks are available for those who prefer fenders. Alongside the 13 licensed tracks that will appear in the game, the remaining tracks pay homage to the soul of dirt racing in America with various lengths, layouts, and locales.
Official Webpage – worldofoutlawsgame.com