Back in March last year, Auto Club Revolution, an ambitious free-to-play PC sim racer from Eutechnyx, started its open beta engine, beginning a new wave of browser-based social racing games for grown ups. Farmville this is not.
Since then, its fanbase has enjoyed continuous support and updates, including a slew of car collaborations – the most recent addition being the brand new BMW Z4 sDrive35S. Other significant partnerships during the beta phase included Continental Tyres, BMW M Sport and Formula 3 star Marvin Kirchhöfer.
2.5 million community races later, Auto Club Revolution has finally completed its open beta endurance race, and is now officially in full live status with improvements implemented following fan feedback and "billions of empirical data points.".
To mark the launch, Eutechnyx has re branded Auto Club Revolution with a site redesign and a new logo that befits its new status.
"From the initial closed beta launch right through to our commercial release we've been taking our lead from the game's beta test players adding and changing features accordingly, don't expect this to change now we're in commercial release," commented Eutechnyx's Chief Commercial Officer Darren Jobling. Our teams have long term plans for new content, new features and new initiatives which will cement Auto Club Revolution's position at the top of the pile."
You can get started with Auto Club Revolution right now by registering an account on the official website, which acts as the central launching platform where. See you on the race track.