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Punto Simu Studios, developers of the upcoming Extreme Rally Raid game, have announced the pricing for their upcoming May 23, 2024 release on Steam.

In a series of tweets the developer announced a standard release price of 11.99 USD (9.59 USD at release and first 2 weeks) with regional prices. For Latin America (Argentina included) the pricing is set at 5.99 USD (4.79 USD at release and first 2 weeks).

Steam description:

Extreme Rally Raid is a 3D PC game, close to rally raid races experiences. Extreme races, long and strong stages, in natural environments with a lower human intervention.

Real world maps: scenarios from real locations with accurate elevation and real scale
Cars inspired by real ones
Drive with a roadbook like the professional rally drivers
AI drivers
Stages with different length, shorts and bigger, from a few minutes to a one hour or more to race
Dynamic weather and time
Visual and mechanical damage
Multiple controllers allowed: steering wheel, keyboard, mouse, gamepad, joystick
Diferent races types: Extreme Raid, Novice Raid, Quick races, Shakedown. From casual to hardcore gamers can find an option to play here!

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