SimBin’s RaceRoom Racing Experience To Be Showcased In GamesCom

Game developer SimBin Studios AB and publisher RaceRoom Entertainment AG are proud to announce RaceRoom Racing Experience, a new Free 2 Race concept, soon to be released. RaceRoom Racing Experience combines traditional game play with a brand new community portal, all connected and seamlessly built into one platform making it More Than a Game.
RaceRoom Racing Experience is a Free 2 Race concept where a high end racing game is provided for free. The concept offers the opportunity to purchase additional content, thus allowing every user to build the game of their dreams.
RaceRoom Racing Experience will be presented at GamesCom in SimBin’s exhibition booth, hosted by publisher RaceRoom Entertainment AG, found in hall 8.1, booth 030. Eight simulators will be hosted onsite for GamesCom attendees to get a first look at the new concept. Leading staff from SimBin will be available onsite to answer questions and provide walkthroughs for drop in as well as booked guests and media.
Laura Bularca, Producer, SimBin said:
“On behalf of the entire development team, it is my pleasure to welcome everyone to the SimBin booth, to play for the first time ever a brand new racing game concept! With it, we aim to tighten the connection between real and virtual racing and create a new type of experience for anyone who loves to drive. We want to meet our fans and show the world what we have been working on!”

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