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Posted: Nov 20, 1998 @ 12:07 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 11, 2023 @ 11:56 pm GMT-0600
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According to a post in R.A.S. Electronic Arts will publish Sports Car GT for both the PlayStation and PC. The game was being produced by Westwood and the PC version by Image Space Incorporated. Both platforms are scheduled to ship in Spring 1999.

Sports Car GT will offer racing on authentic road tracks from North America (PC and PSX) and Europe (PC Only), with more than 45 cars and teams. Among them will be the Porsche 911, BMW M3 and the Saleen Mustang. Players will be able to upgrade these cars and fine tune them for maximum performance.

Die-hard racing enthusiasts will be able to race for up to 24 hours of real-time action. For instance, if a player starts a game in the morning and continues into the evening, he or she will be racing in the evening on a lit track with headlights on. The game’s AI drivers are being designed to closely simulate the driving styles of real-life GT racers.

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