rFactor 2’s Reiza Pack DLC is in the process of being revamped

Justin Melillo
The Reiza Pack on rFactor 2 will see revamped and improved visuals at some point as Reiza Studios unveiled images of the updated tracks on 23rd March.
rFactor 2's Reiza Pack DLC is in the process of being revamped imola dry

A collaborative effort between the Brazilian development team Reiza Studios and The Netherlands-based team at Studio 397 saw the release of the Reiza Pack on rFactor 2 back in 2019.

The contents of the Reiza Pack included four tracks and six vehicles, separated into their own car pack ($10.68) or track pack ($16.00) or sold together as one bundle, available on the rFactor 2 Steam store for $21.34.

Fast forward to today (23rd March 2022) and Reiza has revealed on Twitter that all of the content in the pack will be revamped to the current day rFactor 2 standards, including with those fancy PBR shaders.

This pack has four tracks – Imola Circuit, VIRginia International Raceway, Ibarra and Guaporé Autodrome, the first three with multiple layouts – as well as six cars – the Metalmoro AJR, Metalmoro MR18, Formula Vee, MCR S2000, Puma GTE and Puma P052. These updates will make this content match the detail level that rFactor 2 currently offers.

For now, the tracks seem to be mostly done, per a post by Reiza Studios’ Studio Head and Project Manager Renato Simione on the Studio 397 forums. They will also be working on the cars as well, and that work has apparently just begun.

An image of an updated Imola that was shared on the Studio 397 forums back in January.

This was teased back in July of 2022 on the Reiza forums and just earlier this year, on 10th January, Simione posted in the Studio 397 forums that the work had officially started. Reiza tweeted out some images of the four tracks on Thursday.

No word on when this update will be releasing for the add-on content. Don’t forget that Reiza Studios has their own sim racing title to worry about – Automobilista 2. Still, for fans of this content that race on rFactor 2, it will likely be a welcomed update, and has clearly been on the radar for Reiza for some time.

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