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WSVR Next Generation Sim Touring – New Preview

The World Series Virtual Racing community has released a new preview of their Next Generation Sim Touring project for rFactor 2.

The World Series Virtual Racing community has released a new preview of their Next Generation Sim Touring project for rFactor 2.

The preview shows the NGTC Ford Focus racing alongside the Honda Civic at Donington.

The mod is based on a popular British Touring Car series and their NGTC set of regulations, it will include various models from Honda, Audi, Chevrolet & Ford.

Since the mod is semi-fictional, the team will be using their artistic freedom to also create NGTC touring cars currently not competing in a real series.

Update: Contrary to the initial support, the preview does not show any of the mod’s planned cars, apologies for the confusion!

  • Chris English

    I need to correct you, this is NOT in fact the WSVR mod and we never claimed it to be, this is from PetraGTC and was a random screenshot posted on our Facebook page.

    • varis11

      Great news anyway! 🙂

  • Xteria

    HONDA NSX? what?

    • hexagramme

      Confusing indeed…

  • Patrik Marek

    look at those nice glowing brakes , wonder if Kunos would ever impement brakes that overheat and therefore affect braking strength

    • xupacabrao

      No

    • Andrea Candini

      It is very likely that this will come in the future: let’s hope it won’t take too long.

    • svdb

      Let’s not start discussing AC in this topic, but they might or might not implement it in the future, nothing has been said about it yet. Did NkPro actually have this?

  • xupacabrao

    Not NSX……Civic BTCC

  • Daniele Sebastianutti

    Can’t wait for the focus

  • svdb

    Looks pretty good!

  • http://batman-news.com Leeman

    yeah, this looks really nice!

  • wajdi nujeidat

    This news isn’t correct!

  • Helldriver

    Finally rF2 arrived where it should be.
    I´m looking forward to a lot of nice mods in the nearby future.

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