Last but not least on the list of many Q4 releases for rFactor 2 is something quite unexpected, to say the least. The London ExCeL E-Prix is coming to the simulation many forget also officially features Formula E content.
With so many recent releases in the WEC and BTCC direction, it is an almost forgettable thing that rFactor 2 still officially hosts Formula E content on its platform. What comes, to no great surprise, with not the best response on the internet is the release of one of Formula E's tracks, the London E-Prix at the ExCeL centre.
The 2.252 km track with 22 turns runs along the Thames waterfront in London, UK. Furthermore, what can be said about the venue, is it's certainly quite unique.
Formula E fans will have everything they need, racing the previous generations of vehicles on the circuit. What is missing, however, is the upcoming generation of Formula E.
This release shows that rFactor 2 is still committed to the Formula E license and will continue to support the electric racing series.