Play RaceRoom Racing Experience for Free This Weekend

RaceRoom 14 December 21, 2019 by

Last week saw the release of the December Update for RaceRoom Racing Experience. With it came new racing machines from BMW and Porsche, daylight progression, Ningbo International Speedpark, and more.

R3E offers a lot of content to its players, so much that it’s easy to feel a little overwhelmed by it all. Fear not, as Sector3 Studios has one final trick up its sleeves to close out the year. From now until December 23, the game will be free in its entirety.

That means players will have all 160+ cars and 47 tracks (112 including all variations) at their fingertips. Of course, this includes the aforementioned new offerings from BMW, Porsche, and the new racing circuit. Drive everything and race anywhere in any game mode without restrictions of any kind — it’s the perfect way to spend a weekend before Christmas gets into full swing.

If you’ve yet to put the acclaimed PC sim racer through its pace, now is as good of a time as any. For those looking for a bit of motivation, here’s a small list of what R3E brings to the table:

  • Audi 90 Quattro — GTO Classics
  • Scandinavian Raceway
  • Twin Ring Motegi
  • McLaren-Mercedes SLR 722 GT — German Nationals
  • Shanghai Circuit
  • Sonoma Raceway
  • Nissan Skyline 2000RS — Group 5
  • Opel Omega 3000 Evo 500 — DTM 1992
  • Porsche 962C Team Joest — Group C
  • Imola

This is in addition to the 5 tracks (16 in total, including variants) and 11 cars always available. If that weren’t enough already, players can enjoy 20% off many of the game’s car and track additions until January 2.

For those interested, here’s the full list of cars and tracks available.

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