BMW M4 GT3, Pau and three new Porsches headed to RaceRoom in 2023

A roadmap for the year ahead for the free-to-enter sim racing platform by KW Studios has unveiled several interesting cars additions.
BMW M4 GT3, Pau and three new Porsches headed to RaceRoom in 2023

It all started last month with the announcement of a quarterly release schedule for larger DLC packs, interspersed with some small additions. The first was the On The Edge pack in April – featuring the Mazda RT-24P DPi, McLaren 570S GT4 and KTMX-Bow GT2/GTX – and the next addition will be the BMW M4 GT3.

The M4 is the Munich brand’s current contender in GT racing, seen competing around the world in championships such as the GT World Challenge Europe, Nürburgring Langstrecken-Serie and IMSA.

Neither a release date nor pricing are announced yet, but it is expected within the next ‘five weeks’ and will include a series of livery designs from real-world events it has competed in.

RaceRoom Racing Experience 2023 content roadmap

July Porsche Pack

The second major release for this year then arrives in July, with the following three cars:

  • Porsche 911 GT3 R (992)
  • Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (992)
  • Porsche 944 Turbo Cup

The two 992-generation represent Stuttgart’s contemporary racing range. The Cup is used within one-make championships and is minus driving aids such as traction control and ABS. The GT3 R, meanwhile, debuted on real-world race tracks just this season as a rival to the M4 GT3.

Porsche Pack July RaceRoom 2023

Throwing back to the 1980s, the 944 Turbo Cup was, like the 992 Cup, used for a single-model competition. It was a mid-level sportscar, sitting above the originally Volkswagen-derived 924 but below the 911.

Once again, a firm release date or price is not available, but expect these to hit RaceRoom in July.

Circuit de Pau-Ville

The first new track for this year to be announced – so far – is Circuit de Pau-Ville, located in southern France. Hosting the historic Pau Grand Prix, the street circuit has been known in recent years as a location for the World Touring Car Championship and lately the now-defunct FIA World Touring Car Cup.

Circuit de Pau-Ville RaceRoom

With the development team’s lineage stretching back to the Race WTCC games, it’s now finally time for this venue to make it across to the current platform in October. The track will make up part of a ‘Touring Car Pack’, with the vehicles yet to be disclosed.

Further new content is expected between July and October and October and December, with a pre-Christmas special pack also anticipated.

RaceRoom Racing Experience, 2023 expected content

  • BMW M4 GT3
  • Porsche 911 GT3 R (992)
  • Porsche 911 GT3 Cup (992)
  • Porsche 944 Turbo Cup
  • Circuit de Pau-Ville
  • Mystery touring cars

Source: RaceRoom

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