Humble Bundle Offers Incredible Deals in the Ultimate Sim Racing Bundle

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For those looking to fill out their collection of sim racing games or maybe save some money on a new wheel and pedal set, Humble Bundle has an impressive limited time offer on now.

Humble Bundle, an online service that allows you to purchase games and support charities simultaneously, has an outstanding offer for our community this month with their Ultimate Sim Racing Bundle.

Like all Humble Bundle deals, you can start your bundle at a very low price point, then add additional software as you increase what you choose to pay.

Pricing and availability will vary by region, but in USD here is the breakdown of the current sim racing bundle deals:
  • $5 - Automobilista
  • $9 - Automobilista, Assetto Corsa Ultimate Edition, rFactor 2, NASCAR Heat 5
  • $13 - Automobilista, Assetto Corsa Ultimate Edition, rFactor 2, NASCAR Heat 5, Assetto Corsa Competizione, Drift 21, Automobilista 2, 3-month iRacing subscription (new members only), 20% off Thrustmaster T248 coupon, 20% off Thrustmaster T150 coupon
Many people choose to pay more than the minimum amount, as some the money from sales goes to the JDRF and DirectRelief organizations, and so far this sim racing bundle has already raised over $16,000 for those charities.

This is a very good deal to fill out your collection of Steam games, and maybe save some money if you're in the market for a new Thurstmaster wheel. Plus, you'll be helping out some great charities. And as a reminder, this is a limited time offer so be sure to act soon if you want to take advantage of these deals.
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Mike Smith
I have been obsessed with sim racing and racing games since the 1980's. My first taste of live auto racing was in 1988, and I couldn't get enough ever since. Lead writer for RaceDepartment, and owner of SimRacing604 and its YouTube channel. Favourite sims include Assetto Corsa Competizione, Assetto Corsa, rFactor 2, Automobilista 2, DiRT Rally 2 - On Twitter as @simracing604

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Too bad I've all of these already. AMS is surely a good steal. Excellent SIngleplayer racing, great tracks, cars, physics and FFB. A true underrated gem. For MP I would look elsewhere cause it's dead. Unless you want to run a league.
 
maxilogan
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I already have AC ultimate + tons of mods and ACC + all the DLCs, definitely not interested in drifting and relatively low interest in NASCAR. Would it be worth considering paying 13$ for the two automobilista and RF2? I do not even consider iRacing: what if I like it?! I don't have all that money :roflmao: :roflmao:

This, also considering that another DLC is in sight for ACC in a few days..
 
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RasmusP
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I already have AC ultimate + tons of mods and ACC + all the DLCs, definitely not interested in drifting and relatively low interest in NASCAR. Would it be worth considering paying 13$ for the two automobilista and RF2? I do not even consider iRacing: what if I like it?! I don't have all that money :roflmao: :roflmao:

This, also considering that another DLC is in sight for ACC in a few days..
AMS 1 is really old. Brilliant, but I could never really get into it tbh...
AMS 2 has a demo available. I didn't try that yet but installed it yesterday evening to check it out.

rF2 is a good deal! Even when it's in sale it's mostly 9.99€ and overall I'd say it's a sim worth trying. The official GT3 and LMP2 cars are absolutely awesome. Compared to AC, you can drift them out of corner with ease and you feel the tyres a lot better.
Doing some racing in rF2 definitely made me a better driver. I was able to feel the things I never noticed in AC when coming back to it after my rF2 time.

Honestly, I'd go for it! I won't. I'm in the same position you are but I have rF2 and AMS 1 :roflmao:
 
I already have AC ultimate + tons of mods and ACC + all the DLCs, definitely not interested in drifting and relatively low interest in NASCAR. Would it be worth considering paying 13$ for the two automobilista and RF2? I do not even consider iRacing: what if I like it?! I don't have all that money :roflmao: :roflmao:

This, also considering that another DLC is in sight for ACC in a few days..
No brainer to pick them up if you dont have already.
Both AMS2 and RF2 have the very best FFB of all sims and both also have fantastic physics and content.
AMS1 as mentioned is also brilliant, feels very similar to RF2 to me.
 
Definitely worth it if you haven't already got them. Only one I didn't have that I'm interested in was Automobalista. Just got it off Cdkeys for £2.29 so really happy with that price.
 
I already have AC ultimate + tons of mods and ACC + all the DLCs, definitely not interested in drifting and relatively low interest in NASCAR. Would it be worth considering paying 13$ for the two automobilista and RF2? I do not even consider iRacing: what if I like it?! I don't have all that money :roflmao: :roflmao:

This, also considering that another DLC is in sight for ACC in a few days..

Yes.
Automobilista 2 and rFactor2 have something in common: they are relatively unpopular, but those who like them, like them a lot. It's worth a punt to maybe get a transcendental experience.
 
Automobilista 1 for FIVE US DOLLARS?!?! :D

Okay... y'all got NO excuse for not having AMS1 in your library, now. Maybe it doesn't look the fanciest, but it drives fantastic, lots of mods, netcode allowing door-to-door racing, and has solid AI (seriously, it does). Look, it even has heccin VR support modded in via Crew Chief!

If you don't have it... get it. Nuff said.
 
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My GOD - Im sending this to everyone I know in the hopes I can recruit my real-life friends into this addictio... I mean, sim racing!
 
Less than £10 for all this is a steal. ACC alone costs more than this during steam sales. I already own AC and AMS2 and I'm only really interested in AMS rF2 and ACC but this was still too good an offer to pass up.

I'l give AC and AMS2 and the other stuff to my nephew who's getting into sim racing.
 
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Can only agree: a steal! :confused:

So, we still get keys for each game and can gift them to friends... !? :)
(It was some time ago i bought my last humble bundle)
 
Yes you get individual steam keys for each title but I'm not sure you can add them to your library to gift via steam. Just give your friends the keys to redeem/activate on their own account.
 
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I already have AC ultimate + tons of mods and ACC + all the DLCs, definitely not interested in drifting and relatively low interest in NASCAR. Would it be worth considering paying 13$ for the two automobilista and RF2? I do not even consider iRacing: what if I like it?! I don't have all that money :roflmao: :roflmao:

This, also considering that another DLC is in sight for ACC in a few days..
All this for less than the price you pay for 1 track in I-Racing
 
I already have AC ultimate + tons of mods and ACC + all the DLCs, definitely not interested in drifting and relatively low interest in NASCAR. Would it be worth considering paying 13$ for the two automobilista and RF2? I do not even consider iRacing: what if I like it?! I don't have all that money :roflmao: :roflmao:

This, also considering that another DLC is in sight for ACC in a few days..
And the Thrustmaster coupons only for the US. :whistling:

But even without the coupons, especially for nonVR starters it is a great deal. I do hope it will bring lots of new (young) breed to the racesim community.
 
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Yannik Haustein
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From what I've heard, the demo is far from representative as it only has two VWs or so. You have a two-hour refund window on Steam, that should be enough to test the sim. On the other hand, for the price of the bundle, you can't go wrong even if you don't like it for whatever reason.
 

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