With five days left in Reiza’s summer crowdfunding campaign, it appears the Brazilian dev team will not reach their overall goal of $78,000 to both improve Game Stock Car Extreme and shift focus towards a new title. However, today Reiza has released a preview of what to expect with the flexible funding they plan to offer, as IndieGoGo allows Reiza to keep all funds donated, regardless of whether they’ve met their overall goal or not.
The campaign has currently hit 62% of the overall goal, and today Reiza has confirmed that unlicensed V8 Supercars and a rallycross variant of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X will be headlining an array of new series coming to the popular Brazilian-centric racing sim.
If 70% of the overall funding goal is met (translates to $54,000), which I’m sure is very likely given some Sim Racers might give a little extra to help make it there, Stadium Super Trucks and V10 Formula One cars will also be brought to the sim which is largely regarded as the spiritual successor to rFactor due to rFactor 2’s lack of popularity among the greater sim racing userbase.
Most Game Stock Car Extreme owners are jacked for the upcoming content, as the game is seen by outsiders as difficult to get into due to the content which is very heavily centered around Brazilian and greater South American road racing series, with little available to appeal to international drivers. The inclusion of V8 Supercars, Stadium Super Trucks, and Modern Rallycross will catapult this title into must-have territory very quickly.