.... i dont like the idea of paying so much money to play online. ....
you will have to pay a fee, sorta like with star wars galaxies or any other mmo.
unless the physics and graphics are absolutely amazing + it has a bunch of my favorite cars and tracks, i probably wont buy it. for me, 1 dollar a month is expensive
i wonder if there will be a demo. there are other games i am looking forward to that havent been released yet, like driver's republic
you are one of the guys in the closed beta arent you? can you even tell me if you are?
iracingBEDFORD (23 January 2008) — iRacing.com today announced pricing for its racing simulation, which will be available on a subscription basis starting in 2008. A one-year subscription to the service will cost $13 per month and includes all of the content necessary for a subscriber's first season of oval-track and road-racing. Shorter terms of six and three months are priced at $15 and $17 per month, respectively. A one-month trial subscription is available for $20.
"We're building a community," said David Kaemmer, iRacing.com's CEO. "Our pricing reflects our desire to attract simracers who are interested in being part of that community over time, providing the lowest monthly rate to those willing to commit to a longer subscription. At the same time, we want to offer people a low-cost way to try out our service and see if it meets their needs."
Well I searched and found nothing about this , so I figured I'd give the sim fans a heads up. Although still in progress, it looks to be the most hardcore racing sim ever....we'll see... check this out for sure!
Makers of Need For SpeedThe most hardcore racing sim ever!!!!!!
Where have I heard those words before?
They're charging WoW prices just to race? Sorry, LFS & GTR2 will do me just fine, thank you.
They promised they will have the most realistic physics but we will have to see about that.
how many times have we heard that before especially from codemasters