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Posted: Mar 3, 2024 @ 04:55 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Mar 3, 2024 @ 04:57 pm GMT-0600
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Nacon, publisher and owner of a number of smaller development teams, held their 2024 Nacon Connect event just a few days ago, announcing a brand-new racing-related IP in the process.

Endurance Motorsport Series, while it sounds like a name created using Google Translate, actually sounds like an interesting project. Seemingly a mix between management and simulation, it’s quite likely to use a lot of the team management elements KT previously developed for WRC, combined with that actually was a decent core physics engine. Due for release in 2025 and featuring a number of “official vehicles”, it’s great to see that KT (Kylotonn) aren’t going to let all that work on WRC’s features just fade away.

You can already wishlist the game on Steam.

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Developed by our in-house studio, KT Racing, Endurance Motorsport Series is a racing game that brings to life all the thrills and spills of long-distance competitions, in which of course you play as the driver, but which also takes you right into the pits, as you step into the shoes of the race engineers.

Due for release in 2025, this simulation will feature a number of official vehicles and circuits, as well as the know-how of this studio renowned for its work on the WRC series. This title will also offer innovative gameplay where your race strategy and decision-making based on unforeseen occurrences (incidents, weather, etc.) will be just as important as your driving skills.

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