The independently-developed rally simulator gRally is gearing up for launch as a Steam Early Access title.
A project that stems back to 2011, gRally will soon be introduced to the popular PC storefront – though the developer has yet to publish a definitive launch date for the rally sim.
Despite the lack of a launch date, a fairly detailed development plan has been outlined for gRally. For instance, gRally is currently earmarked for an approximate four-months gestation in Steam Early Access. The developer has also explicitly stated gRally won't be given a full release until it's "bug free, fully optimised" and "the physics and the online section [are fully] working".
The Steam Early Access version of gRally won't contain all of the cars and stages that the full game will have, nor will winter condition physics be introduced to the title before its full release. However, gRally Early Access users will still be able to access a line-up of cars and tarmac, gravel and mud rally stages, as well as "live rallies" and weather and time-of-day transistions.
More details on gRally's Steam Early Access launch and pricing model are expected to be revealed shortly.