Speed fans can go full throttle this December, with the PlayStation Network release of Absolute Supercars. From the racing gurus at Eutechnyx, the game takes some of this planet’s most mechanically powerful supercars to the track. Fans can compete in career races and time trials, earning money along the way, which can then be used to purchase new vehicles for their showroom exhibition.
Absolute Supercars will release at a $9.99 price point. It is rated E by the ESRB. For more information, check out its press release and launch trailer below:
From the racing minds at Eutechnyx comes the definitive auto package for every hardcore driving fan’s wildest dreams: Absolute Supercars!
Available this December on PlayStation Network for $9.99, Eutechnyx’s Absolute Supercars allows people of all ages and skill to get behind the wheels of some of the world’s most powerful supercars. Take part in quick races, time trials, championships and even an epic Career mode in an attempt to earn the big bucks and fill your Showroom with a cavalcade of stunning motors! From Ferrari, to Pagani, to Aston Martin and McLaren, there’s a car for everyone and a series of stunning tracks to race them on.
- Engineering Marvels – Over 40 different cars ranging from the Ferrari FXX to the McLaren F1.
- Exotic Playgrounds – Over 20 tracks, from favorites such as Silverstone and Nürburgring, to original tracks created specifically for the game.
- Dynamic Difficulty – With Assisted, Arcade and Simulation controls, this is the ultimate racing game for everyone.
- Better with a Friend – Intense 16-player races against gamers from all over the world. Setup your own conditions (from penalties, to assists, to race length, to weather) or join someone else’s lobby!
- Amazing Value – For the insane price of $9.99, players are getting the content and quality of a retail based racing game.
- Customize – Customize your dream machine as you design and place your own logos on any car in your showroom.
Once again, Absolute Supercars will be available December 2011 on PlayStation Network for $9.99. The game is rated E for Everyone by the ESRB.