50% off cars and tracks; 25% off packs.
Includes the FR 90s !!
Includes the FR 90s !!
The WTCR 2018s are a great buy if you like touring cars. Very closely matched, fun to drive, always give great racing in our R3E club races. DTM `92s are also great fun, among the best cars in the game in my humble opinion. You won't be disappointed with the Group 5's, and if you like older beasts then perhaps take a look at the new Group Cs too which are brilliant cars.was thinking more touring cars and old brutes like the Group 5s for this sim.
Conserning cars then be sure to check the brutal 2x Group C cars(Nissan R90CK & Joest Porsche 962) and the 3x retro FR90 formula cars out.Thinking of trying this again since there's a sale on, I only tried the base game years ago.
To be fair, only the people with who bought the premium pack, not everyone would get it. "No viable business" would do that, except every developer for the last two decades who sold complete game for a complete price.So would everybody else if that were the case, meaning the developers would then be working for "free" and would earn nothing for future content. No viable business would ever do that.
Oh come off it. If people knew in advance that buying the premium pack would entitle them to every single content update for the life of the game, nearly everyone would buy it because that would be an absolute bargain. It is in no way a viable way to run a business, because wages are ongoing. Individual sales to new customers are not.To be fair, only the people with who bought the premium pack, not everyone would get it.
Haha, sure! Every racing sim for the last two decades has included 44 individual tracks, most with multiple layouts, and 38 classes of car (that's counting individual years such as the WTCC packs as a single class) on release day for one, single price with zero DLCs. You either have very, very rose-coloured glasses or you're living in a fantasy world. There aren't many sims that offer that amount of content even with paid DLCs.... except every developer for the last two decades who sold complete game for a complete price.
I purchased AMS for one low price that included all future DLC, tracks and addons etc. But that was AMS not RRE. So it does happen to be fair and AMS is quite extensive.
That's a season pass, which is nearly £50 for far less content than you get with the current R3E premium pack. Don't get me wrong, I love AMS and it's content, but this is not the same thing. Season passes cover content that the developer already has in it's plans, with the licenses bought and paid for. R3E does not, it acquires new content licenses as it goes along. They need to be paid for, which isn't going to be done without continuing, paying customers.
Regardless, the above claim that every dev has done it for the last 20 years is pure nonsense. AMS, like most games, had a beginning and an end, while R3E is still ongoing with no end in sight. You can't run that kind of development cycle relying solely on new customers. If you could, all games would have a much, much longer shelf life than they currently do, including AMS.
And I'll be honest, I hate season passes far more than R3E's business model. I mean, if the content is confirmed and already in development, then why not release it as part of the full game? That right there is a con in my eyes.