Formula Truck 2013 – Now Available On Steam!

Reiza Studios have released their new Formula Truck 2013 title on Steam, making it the first Reiza title to hit Valve’s extremely-popular gaming platform.

Formula Truck 2013 is the newest version of Reiza’s Formula Truck franchise, having been equipped with new tracks, bugfixes and other improvements.

The game centers around the Brazilian Formula Truck series that uses 1200hp racing trucks from manufacturers such as VW, Mercedes-Benz, Iveco, Scania, Ford & Volvo.

System Requirements

OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
Processor: 1,4 GHz Pentium or 100% compatible CPU
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: DX9 Compatible with minumum 256 MB Video Memory
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 4 GB available space

OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
Processor: 2,8 GHz Pentium or 100% compatible CPU
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: DX9 Compatible with minumum 1 GB Video Memory
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 4 GB available space

The game sells for 19,99€ on Steam. Existing Formula Truck owners who wish to migrate their copy to Steam should visit this link to do so.

  • Glen Orpheus

    i swapped my code over to steam, this sim is top notch for it’s price 🙂

    never played the game before on triple screens as I’ve only just got them, but when you load a replay it reverts back to single screen, hope they fix it

  • Steve Shears

    Yay. Amazing stuff. A cracking sim.

  • Ghoults

    Since this is an older title I think I’ll wait until it comes in sales. Definitely something I look forward to getting.

    How is the online for this game? Are there races going?

  • Marklar

    I tried the trial version last weekend. The graphic engine is too old for my taste. I know simracing is not about graphic but there are some minimum standards and Motor2 is below that.
    I’ve added it to my wishlist and will buy when price will drop -75%.

    • TC

      Your standards, in any case.

      It looks great to me (adding AA from external source like control panel or Nvidia inspector, looks better) and for many others.

      • Smiggie

        which settings are you using for the AA??

        I’m using sweet fx with the default setting profile with the smaa antialiasing active, and the Ftruck antialiasing disabled… but I’m not very happy, far objects looks very confusing…

      • TC

        8xS in Nvidia Inspector or more dependind on your PC. I also force AF trough that program, and eveything looks clean and sharpe (even far objects). I also use sweet fx but without AA, only for lightning purposes (small change in any case).

      • Jetexocet

        If you can find it, try using BIGSILVERHOTDOGS ENB series or try google search for BSH ENB which I managed to find on a flight sim site. This does wonder for the lighting in Ftruck and GSC EX. Can be a bit of a system hog though.

    • ___ ɥqp ___

      Thats OK, theres nowt stopping you from going to play a nice shiny race game with lower simulation standards than what people like Reiza provide.
      You pays yer money and all that……

      • Marklar

        You are being sarcastic. There is no need for that :).

      • ___ ɥqp ___

        Moi…… 🙂

    • Jetexocet

      See my response to Smiggie.

  • rauf00

    Highly recommended, im goin to transfer this to my Steam account. Hope every next update will be much easier 😉

  • GamerMuscle

    You need to rig a hose from your diesel car exhaust through a window in your house and then play this to get an authentic experience.

    Truck racing does not appeal to me but its fantastic that Reiza are getting this on steam I know many people that will love this !

    • Marklar

      Truck racing is its only advantage over other sims. It’s a shame trucks are not more popular in simracing. Would love to see them in iRacing or Assetto Corsa.

  • Wilsch

    This is such an underrated title, you cant imagine how awesome these beasts are to race before you get into it. Powersliding a 5 ton truck around Interlagos is freckin unbeatable.

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