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Featured RaceRoom Racing Experience Updated and GTR3 Car Pack Released

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by Paul Jeffrey, May 24, 2016.

  1. Paul Jeffrey

    Paul Jeffrey
    Sim Racing News Editor Staff Premium

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    Sector3 Studios have finally released a full GTR3 car pack for the most popular class of cars within RaceRoom Racing Experience. Today the Swedish studio have released the GTR3 car pack containing no less than 13 GT3 spec cars and over 100 unique liveries.

    Containing a mammoth 13 different GT3 cars from 10 top manufacturers the GTR3 class within RaceRoom Racing Experience has long been a popular online choice for sim racers, now Sector3 have made the long awaited move to bring all these cars under one roof with the full GTR3 Car Pack becoming available in the in-game store.

    As with all content purchases within RaceRoom, the price of the pack is subject to discounts as you will not be charged for content you already own. The full pack is currently 1999vrp minus any content owner discount.

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    Alongside making the new GTR3 pack release the studio have also made available a new patch for the game bringing a number of updates, fixes and liveries for several cars within the title. Amongst the highlights of the new patch include new liveries for the GTR3 Mustang and P4/5 Competizione as well as increased grid slots for several tracks in game. Logitech G920 users will be pleased to hear a default profile for the new Logitech wheel has been added to the list of wheel defaults within game and is available to use once the latest firmware and drivers have been installed.

    The full Changelog from the latest patch can be read below:


    • Added a default profile for the Logitech G920. This requires G920 users to update the firmware and drivers from Logitech.
    Sounds, Cameras, Physics & AI:
    • New TV Cameras for Nurburgring GP
    • Increased grid size for Suzuka East to 46 vehicles.
    • Increased grid size for Hockenheim National and Short to 32 vehicles
    • Increased grid size for Hungaroring to 48 vehicles
    • Increased grid size for Slovakiaring to 44 vehicles
    • Fixed a case where player was given a cut track warning when entering the pitlane at Bathurst
    • Fixed a couple of garage spots at Salzburgring that were outside of the pitlane limit
    • Fixed a congestion issue when all AI’s would pit in simultaneously on Nordschleife layout.
    • Increased fuel use estimations for most of the track layouts to a safer level, adressing all issues where AI’s wouldn’t embark enough fuel to complete a 15 minutes race session
    • Fixed handbrake pressure being null on cars with recently updated physics
    • New liveries for the Ford Mustang GT3 in GTR3 class
    • New liveries for the P4/5 Competizione in GTR3 class
    • RaceRoom Raceway: updated the tarmac, mapped the groove better, and various small fixes
    • Tatuus F4: made brake disks visually bigger to better match the real car
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    Check out the RaceRoom Racing Experience forum for our popular no pressure Club Racing events and of course catch all the latest news and discussions regarding Sector3 Studios free to play racing simulator.

    Missing a couple of cars or not tried the GT3 class yet? Will you be picking up this pack? What is your favourite GTR3 machine in RaceRoom Racing Experience so far? G920 wheel user, how does the default profile feel for you? Let us know in the comments section below!
    Last edited: May 25, 2016
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  2. Shawn Jacobs

    Shawn Jacobs
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    I love this game so I really don't want to mock it, but considering I own every one of the cars already, with multiple liveries, bit disappointed the it is still 1124vrp, which is apparently an 87% saving of 7427vrp, meaning the retail is 8551vrp :O which of course is a bit a twisted figure.

    Really hope I haven't spent that much on gt3s cars lol but it really doesn't encourage you to buy single cars at all.
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  3. Kenny Paton

    Kenny Paton
    Staff Premium

    I felt that I would be just buying liveries that I probably will never use, and yes I get a discount and yes I will end up getting it but not an instant buy for me.
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  4. I have all the cars too, and its off my interest to give 1000vrp just for the liveries.
    Like Shawn said its a bit expensive pack. :O_o:
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  5. ThatRacingGuy

    I drove 88 MPH last night... weird stuff happened Premium

    Raceroom Will always be expensive..

    Even Iracing is cheaper in the short term.
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  6. Duke55


    Got all but 3 cars of the GTR 3 pack. But like others, at 1245vRP (for me) I'll also be holding off for quite some time. Tap me on the shoulder when it gets in the realms of 500vRP.
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  7. wow. that is crazy expensive just for some liveries. I love you guys but this is a big PASS
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  8. That calculation I would be interested to see :)
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  9. How come its a new pack if the all the cars in that pack are 2 years old?
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  10. Steve Bird

    Steve Bird
    Racing Since 1978 Premium

    I have all the content up until the last pack which was the Taatus F4 and won't be buying anymore until they start adding features like weather, day night transitions and driver swaps. I'm fed up of them milking our pockets for cars and tracks when there are more important features that are missing. Being one of the unfortunate people that didn't benefit from last Xmas's "all content" sale I feel they've had enough money out of me. Therefore I won't be buying any more content, particularly the new packs which are money for old rope revamps of content I already own.

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  11. Kurupt CDN

    Kurupt CDN
    Touring car fanatic Premium

    if i was to purchase all the available packs in RRE
    I would need 27604vrp + 1000vrp for The Ring so 30000vrp =$195 us @ raceroom store with its current sale.....but since its being compared to iracing will inflate the price to full lol
    10,0000 vrp = $100 x 3 = $300 us
    but i wont mention the Black friday sale that had All the content for $49.99 :whistling:


    51 cars 14 are free = 37 avg. price $12......37 x $12= $444 - 30%= $311
    58 tracks 9 are free = 47 avg price $15......47 x $15 = $705 - 30% = $494

    Total content price at 30% off = $805
    Yearly Subscription $49 @ 50% off
    Total $854
    Yearly cost to play NOT including any new content.
    $49 yearly subscription at 50% off
    minus $40 if you max out your season participation
    So AFTER you have played the game for 1 yr your yearly fee to play iRacing is $9 us if you take advantage of all the deals available.
    If you run a league in iracing theres a Yearly league fee of $10 and .50 cents an hr to host
    If you where to host a 3hr session 4 times a week for a yr. Like RD does for most of the clubs here, It would $312 + $10 year fee = $322

    So i am really struggling to see how RRE is more expensive ?
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  12. ThatRacingGuy

    I drove 88 MPH last night... weird stuff happened Premium

    give me a day

    EDIT: Nevermind
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  13. Have to pass on this as like others, have the previous versions.
    Now then, if they offered the RS500 & BTCC cars/ UK tracks from the 90's, that would be good but until such time GTR Evo is serving me just fine.
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  14. RRE has become a 'cash cow' for Sector3.
    That's nothing new.
    Much as I like supporting developers I too, will pass on this...as I did on their version of Nordschleife.
    I don't care for their pricing model.
    It's too expensive for what you get versus their competitors.
    It also doesn't seem to take into consideration price reductions for content already purchased, when they are bundled with 'new' packages.
    Last edited: May 28, 2016
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  15. Oh lookie, I was pretty much exactly on the money in that post I made in the rF2 Gasoline Alley thread.

    Sim racing, always so incredibly predictable.
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  16. We're just not happy with anything, Matt.
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  17. Shawn Jacobs

    Shawn Jacobs
    SpeedyMite Racing Premium

    Don't get me wrong, it's an awesome pack, if you don't already own all the cars, even if you were only missing half or so, but I just would have expected a slightly better discount for those who do already own all the cars.

    In saying that though I don't really know why I'm complaining as I'm happy with the skins I've got and don't need any others anyway :roflmao::roflmao::roflmao:
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  18. Gerbuho


    I had all the cars and most of liveries. Having to pay $0.06 per livery for for the rest (and new ones) seemed like a good deal to me. Of course I got it. :D
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  19. ............and some here had the temerity to bitch about the price of rF2.

  20. Kenny Paton

    Kenny Paton
    Staff Premium

    I gave in and bought them, I knew I would but thought I had enough willpower to hold out for longer. Turns out I was wrong:rolleyes:
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