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A brand new racing title featuring the Superstar Racing Experience is coming to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam PC's on Friday 28 May 2021.

Three times Cup Series champions and Hall of Famers Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham lead the upcoming auto racing series Superstar Racing Experience. The series features 700bhp machinery racing on a mix of of asphalt and drit short tracks. SRX is focussing on getting back to basics of racing.

The game features six licensed circuits such as Knoxville Raceway, Lucas Oil Raceway, Eldora Speedway, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, Stafford Speedway and Slinger Speedway and allows you to race against the likes of Tony Stewart, Helio Castroneves, Tony Kanaal, Michael Waltrip, Bill Elliot and many others.

Within the game you'll have to earn your way to the top in Career Mode featuring 305 Wingless Sprints, Stadium Trucks, and Dirt Late Models on more than 50 additional dirt tracks. Or, take on all your friends in Online Multiplayer or Local Split Screen.

SRX The Game is developed and published by Monster Games, Inc.
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Bram Hengeveld
I started my sim racing career already back in 1987 at the age of 12 on the legendary MSX home computer, quickly advancing to MSX 2, Commodore Amiga and then found my happy place at DOS and Windows based PC systems.

Founded RaceDepartment.com back in 2006. Organized the world's first esports racing series called the Virtual World Touring Car Championship for Simbin Studios & Eurosport in 2008. Assisted in creating groundbreaking real-time racing GPS technology for iOpener Media in 2009. Official partner to the SRO Esports GT Series in 2019 and 2020. Co-founded Simracing.GP in 2020.

My most played racing games: Konami's F1 Spirit, GP, GP2, GP3, GP4, GTR, DTM Race Driver Series, Live for Speed, GTR 2, rFactor, RACE Series, Assetto Corsa (Competizione), Automobilista (2).

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Someone could tell those guys that there's Series X and PS5 out there already and how much more spectacular games they could do by targeting to those modern platforms, not anymore to those antique ones.
 
I was going to make a cheeky remark about how promising the cockpit view were in VR, but after watching the promotional video a few more time, it left me speechless. This new title looks nothing new.
Good luck Monster game.
 
I am always happy to see new stuff join the stable for racing. I know we all knocking what its targetting on xbox and pc.. but we need to take a step back and remember iRobbing and R3E are still targetting 3d hardware API's born in the dark ages when ps2 was a thing ;) Lets hope they release a demo on Steam.
 
Someone could tell those guys that there's Series X and PS5 out there already and how much more spectacular games they could do by targeting to those modern platforms, not anymore to those antique ones.
Errr yeah, great idea, limit your marketplace to the 3 people who've actually managed to get hold of one these new consoles.

Even in normal new console release times you'd always get around 2 years of crossover where games tend to be developed for both old and new.
 
Errr yeah, great idea, limit your marketplace to the 3 people who've actually managed to get hold of one these new consoles.

Even in normal new console release times you'd always get around 2 years of crossover where games tend to be developed for both old and new.
I have them both(owned them about 1/2 year already), so what's the problem? It's 2021, there's no excuses to not make games 4K/60hz, at least. If not consoles, almost everyone already have 4K tv's.
 
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I have them both(owned them about 1/2 year already), so what's the problem?
You're in minority. Scalpers are making bank with new consoles and GPUs. Normal people can't buy new consoles or 3000-line GPUs even if they could afford it. Simply out of stock, scalpers take everything available

Making exclusively last gen game at this point is a little odd though. But so is this whole situation. Making such a niche game (niche within racing genre, that is already niche) for a platform, that is mostly out of stock, would be a bad move
 
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I have them both(owned them about 1/2 year already), so what's the problem? It's 2021, there's no excuses to not make games 4K/60hz, at least. If not consoles, almost everyone already have 4K tv's.
Lucky you - here in Switzerland every retailer who is actually listing then is listing them as out of stock with no expected delivery. The unofficial inside word is no stock until middle of next year at the earliest.
 
There have been something like 8 million PS5s sold and even less Series X, it's incredibly low numbers. If the game does well enough they could perhaps justify a next gen patch down the line. For now though with a niche game, they probably need to target the widest possible audience.
 
Hi guys! Do you know if the game will have VR?
Wouldn't think so. Monster don't do VR.

Well, going by previous titles where they've mentioned they had no intentions of going down the VR route.

EDIT: After watching the video, there doesn't appear to be any 410's (winged sprintcars). My guess would be they might be coming in the form of a DLC. If that's the case, it's pretty poor form to exclude one of the main categories from the initial release of the game.
 
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