Tuesday, January 8th 2013 (10AM GMT UK) – Codemasters® has announced new downloadable content for F1 RACE STARS, the game that takes FORMULA ONE™ racing over the top, with four diverse new circuits expanding the game’s solo, split-screen and online modes available from today.
The new tracks will be available from the Xbox LIVE® Marketplace for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and, via Steam, for Windows PC today, January 8th, across Europe and North America. The tracks will be available for the PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system in Europe from Wednesday, January 9th; the content is already available for PlayStation 3 in North America. Each Track Pack is priced at 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE and €4.49 / £3.59 / $4.99 on PlayStation Network and Steam.
Canada Track Pack
The Canada Track Pack presents players with the ultimate winter racing wonderland! Speed past snowmen, dodge grumpy groundhogs, race across a frozen river and more as the F1 RACE STARS get cool and crazy in Canada.
China Track Pack
Who will become the glorious leader in China? The China Track will see players join the cast of F1 RACE STARS in the electric East. From a Shanghai start, it’s a race through ornamental water gardens and past a huge dragon statue that hides a surprise short cut.
India Track Pack
The heat is on in incredible India! In the India Track Pack, players must make their move through a mountain railway pass, overtake in the overgrown ruins and power through a palace’s gardens and more.
Europe Track Pack
The Europe Track brings the F1 RACE STARS to Valencia. Race through a marina, slice and dice through the docks, speed across super-slippery ice and dodge flying tomatoes as the F1 RACE STARS speed through Spain. See the action from Valencia in this video www.YouTube.com/F1RaceStars.
Out now for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC, F1 RACE STARS is developed by Codemasters Racing Studios, the home of the BAFTA award-winning series of Official FORMULA ONE video games, and is created under exclusive worldwide agreement with Formula One World Championship Limited. Fans can see FORMULA ONE get powered up by visiting www.YouTube.com/F1RaceStars, liking the game at www.facebook.com/f1racestars or following the team on twitter at www.twitter.com/f1racestars ;
Codemasters is the home of official FORMULA ONE video games and, in addition to F1 RACE STARS, developed F1 2012™, the official game of the 2012 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™, which released this September. Codemasters recently expanded its FORMULA ONE portfolio with F1 ONLINE THE GAME™, a free-to-play online management and racing game, now in open beta at www.F1OnlineTheGame.com.
Codemasters, the award winning video game developer and publisher, has a 25-year heritage. With titles distributed globally, Codemasters is a leading developer and publisher of driving and racing entertainment games including DiRT, GRID and the official FORMULA ONE series of games including the BAFTA award-winning F1 2010, F1 2011 and F1 ONLINE: THE GAME. Codemasters employs over 500 people and operates multiple development studios from its Warwickshire HQ and Birmingham sites in the UK with a further art studio based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Codemasters is a winner of the coveted Grand Prix Award from the Develop Industry Excellence Awards, an award bestowed on the company felt by Develop to have contributed the most to the games medium in recent times. For more information on Codemasters’ product portfolio, please visit www.codemasters.com. Join in the conversation with @codemasters on Twitter or Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/codemasters.
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