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Steam Workshop Integration?

Discussion in 'RaceRoom Racing Experience' started by lordzargon, Feb 27, 2013.

  1. With this game available on Steam, I was curious if there is/could be any official word on whether R3E will be integrated into the Steam Workshop?

    It could integrate beautifully into the game, and increase its value in the eyes of potential customers. Things I had in mind were liveries, possibly cars, custom tracks. Of course SIMBIN would need to release some first-party support for this, which is their prerogative.

    I ask as a full-times games developer (technical artist with an art background), I'd love to contribute something.

    If anyone is reading this and has no idea what I'm on about, its a part of Steam's community where you can contribute finished items to supporting games. If the community and developers like what they see enough, they integrate it into their game. In Team Fortress 2 and DOTA, integrated items are sold as micro-transactions and Valve and the item's creator see a return of the profits.

    Coincidentally, its my birthday this weekend, so I may have a few coin lying around to spend (despite just getting a PC upgrade after 5 years, I still have some left...) . Still, I may wait a little longer until MP support is around or a wider selection of things to buy is available. Simraceway and Project CARS are still vying for my attention & cash!

    Finally... I'm new here. Hi!
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  2. Welcome.

    I cant see why not. Its a win/win for everybody. Developer, Valve and artist get some cash and we the player get some new liveries and/or skins.

    Well unless they are overpriced :D
  3. Andi Goodwin

    Andi Goodwin
    Premium Member

    from everything ive read there will be no custom/user made skins/cars/tracks in the game

    but i may be wrong

  4. Really would love to see this. Again, there is so much potential in this game, they just need to fix their business model and communication, hopefully before the other contenders are ready to enter the market.