Reiza Studios has published several updates to its crowdfunding campaign, which now has one week left. UPDATE 1: the campaign is currently sitting at 75% with 5 days left. This means we get FV10, snazzy SuperDuperTrucks and more. Here's hoping the numbers go even higher! UPDATE 2: the 80% goal has been reached, meaning dynamic track conditions, VR support (!) and flatspotting are added to Reiza's current games. New content includes the Copa Montana pickups, the Renault Fluence for the Marcas class and the 2015 layout of Interlagos. The campaign still has 4 days to go, which means anything could happen in the next hours when considering the impressive push we're seeing. UPDATE 3: there's no stopping the Reiza train. We're at 91% with 71 hours left to go. There'll be a bonus car & track voted by the backers, the custom championship tool and further graphics development. UPDATE 4: 100% FUNDED. Color me impressed, and absolutely stoked for Reiza. This was an incredible show of support from simracing fans. Original article: The Indiegogo campaign has earned over 47.000 dollars in 25 days, managing to guarantee some new free updates and content for Reiza's current sims. Reiza has now published an update detailing the confirmed content and stretch goals, and there are some unexpected news in there as well. For starters, the 1.37 beta version is being uploaded to level 2 and higher backers, which contains Montréal Modern, Super V8 cars and the official rooms for multiplayer racing. Game Stock Car Extreme will receive the SuperV8 and Lancer V8 cars, along with features like the support for longer races and automatic steering ratio adjustment. The current version of the Montréal circuit and Brazilian new entry Velo Cittá are also confirmed. Also, it looks like the arrival of rallycross into the Brazilian sim is confirmed as well, with the Lancer Evo Rallycross and the ficional Foz dirt track. The Formula V10 (2000 F1) cars will be confirmed if the campaign earns around 50.000 dollars (70%), and there's a sound teaser available already. Reaching the 70% goal will also guarantee the Supertrucks, more Supertrucks-ready layouts and a new UI and HUD. Interestingly, there's the surprise of VR support at the 80% threshold, including support to the Oculus Rift DK2. Tyre damage and dirt pickup are also slated for the same goal (demo here), along with dynamic track conditions. Getting to 90% of the funding goal will net a bonus car & track chosen by the backers, the custom championship tool and further shader development for a graphics boost. Finally, reaching the full funding will add the Honda Civic to the Marcas roster and also some new Formula 3 models. Formula Truck will benefit from the updates as well, along with the Montréal Modern and Velo Cittá circuits.