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Posted: Jan 19, 2024 @ 10:59 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 1, 2024 @ 11:18 am GMT-0600
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Tony Digital Factory, developers of Infinite Drive and Shell Racing Legends on mobile platforms, have announced GT Manager ’24 for 2024 release on PC via Steam. The game, available to wishlist on Steam, is an officially licensed GT management title with 30 officially licensed cars from the GT4, GT3, GT2, GTE and Hypercar categories.

This is a really interesting development. Very happy to see more management game options!

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Press release:

Top-tier Racing Management Game to Debut on Steam in 2024

(Lyon, France) – January 17, 2024 – Tiny Digital Factory, creators of GT Manager mobile, a racing management game which acclaimed thousands of 4.5-star reviews and 3 million downloads, have announced they are releasing an official PC version on Steam later this year. GT Manager ’24 will offer players a deeper simulation experience, expanding the gameplay to captivate PC players to the racetrack.

In GT Manager ‘24, players build their racing dream team, recruiting and managing them throughout the game. Players also scout for sponsors to fuel upgrades and take their vehicle performance to the next level. On race day, the pit lane transforms into a dance of nuanced precision, where players must meld strategy and passion as the fate of the racing team relies solely on their skill. Split-second decisions become routine as players work to outsmart their rivals, thus rewriting the outcome of the race.

Key Features of GT Manager ‘24 include:

Deep managerial system, adapted for PC gamers and longer play sessions, with a large staff to recruit, manage and develop.
30+ officially licensed racing cars from the WEC, IMSA and GT World Challenge Europe championships and top brands, including Porsche, Aston Martin, BMW, Audi, Mercedes AMG and many more.
20+ official drivers and teams.
Sophisticated racing simulation experience with features such as on-track accidents, tire management, and dynamic weather conditions.
Race management is crucial to securing victory, including pit stop strategies, tire degradation management, and adapting to changing weather conditions on the fly.
Two formats of championship races: Sprint races with 7 laps and Endurance races with 14 laps.
Endurance races involve two drivers per car, necessitating a mandatory driver swap during the race and careful fuel management.
Sponsored side racing events sprinkled throughout the championship provide additional cash rewards, contributing to team budget and adding excitement to the gameplay.
Players progress through five racing Leagues, including the official GT4, GT3, GT2, GTE and Hypercar racing categories.
Each season is composed of 10 championship races. Win races to score enough race points to move up to the next league.
Unlock Steam achievements through career mode to obtain additional race cars.

Throughout the game, players must manage all aspects of race and team management. From recruiting and signing drivers, to hiring staff, managing budget and attracting sponsors, players are in complete control. Additionally, players can research various engine setups and test them in different weather conditions in Practice Sessions to determine which will work best on race day.

Players can Wishlist GT Manager ’24 now on Steam and join the official communities on Discord, X (Twitter), Facebook, Instagram or website for future updates.

About Tiny Digital Factory:
Stéphane Baudet, the founder of Tiny Digital Factory (TDF) and a racing game maestro with over 20 years of experience, has left a mark on the gaming world through successes like the V-Rally series, Need For Speed, Test Drive Unlimited, and F1 Mobile Racing. Established in 2017 in Montreal and Lyon, TDF aims to unite video game talents passionate about motorsport. Their debut racing management game, GT Manager mobile, boasts over 3 million downloads worldwide, earning acclaim from Apple, Google, and Samsung as the Best Racing Game. Following the massive success on mobile, TDF expanded its offering to provide PC gamers worldwide with GT Manager ‘24.

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