Eutechnyx revealed the first batch of cars to feature in the Closed Beta Test of upcoming online racing game and car community Auto Club Revolution, also revealing additional new information about the games racing engine and physics model.
The car list reveals a range which fits into Auto Club Revolution’s eight tiers of car classification, all of which will be used during the Closed Beta tests which are scheduled to start in July. Ranging from sporty hatchbacks in Class E through to top tier cars like the Bugatti Veyron in the Exotic class, the first batch sets out the range of car classes that will be in use during the first phase of beta testing.
Eutechnyx COO Darren Jobling said: “This first batch of cars is the very tip of the iceberg in terms of automotive content for Auto Club Revolution. The free-to-play and online nature of our game means we are able to quickly add new batches of cars we have created on a regular basis.
He continues, “As we build out the Auto Club Revolution’s game content, players can expect to find a huge range of cars, including historic, collectors and current models alongside exclusive previews and first looks at the concept cars of tomorrow.”
The cars announced, and which will be available in the Closed Beta are: 2005 Bugatti EB16/4 Veyron, 1993 McLaren F1, 2006 Koenigsegg CCX, 2006 Pagani Zonda F, 2008 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, 2008 BMW M3 Coupe (E92), 2008 Lotus Elise SC, 2008 Mazda RX-8 Type RS, 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ400, 2008 Nissan GTR, 2008 Mini John Cooper Works, 2006 Volkwagen Golf R32, 2008 BMW 135i, 2008 Vauxhall Astra VXR Nürburgring and 2009 Volkswagen Scirocco R.
Released along with the published list are high resolution renders for each of the Closed Beta cars.
Eutechnyx creative manager Mark Barton said: “The significance of these renders is much greater than just demonstrating the quality of the Eutechnyx creative team. The cars seen in-game and in the browser are created using the models seen in these renders. The level of detail reveals the quality and realism of the cars in Auto Club Revolution, which is just one reason why what we’re bringing to the free-to-play games market is something special.”
Also released is the first Auto Club Revolution fact sheet with details of the racing and physics engine and the car set up process. Auto Club Revolution Closed Beta begins in July 2011. Anyone interested in participating in testing should sign up at http://www.autoclubrevolution.com.