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Posted: Aug 18, 2023 @ 06:15 pm GMT-0600
Updated: Aug 18, 2023 @ 06:26 pm GMT-0600
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Monster Games and iRacing have released the World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing 2023 Edition for both XBox and PlayStation. The update includes new series, new paints, new cars (Xtreme Outlaw Midget), new paints, tear-offs and three new tracks (Lernerville, Lincoln and the Chili Bowl).

The product Web site has been significantly updates, and each vehicle now includes a manual. You can check out the new Midget manual here.

Press release:

World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing 2023 Season Update Hits PlayStation and Xbox on August 15
Nintendo Switch version coming to retail and digital October 3; new tracks, Xtreme Outlaws Midget Series, and additional drivers

August 15, 2023 – iRacing and Monster Games are pleased to reveal the release dates and content details for the 2023 Season Update for World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing, the official video game of the World of Outlaws. PlayStation and Xbox players will be able to sample the 2023 Season Update on August 15, while Nintendo Switch users will be able to get their hands on the game for the first time on October 3.

“We’re thrilled to keep the momentum going on World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing with the 2023 Season Update and Nintendo Switch release,” said Cristina Cordova, World of Outlaws Executive Director of Digital. “iRacing and Monster Games have delivered the ultimate World of Outlaws console gaming experience, and we’re excited to bring it forward into the current season with new content, additional drivers, and a new car and series in the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota. We can’t wait for the update to hit in August and for Switch users to get their hands on the game in October!”

The World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing 2023 Season Update is headlined by the addition of three new tracks—Lincoln Speedway, Lernerville Speedway, and the Chili Bowl—and the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota featuring the debut of the Midget. The new content will be joined by a comprehensive roster update that includes new drivers and paint schemes for the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Cars and Case Construction Late Models. In addition, helmet tear-offs will make their debut on the PlayStation and Xbox versions of the game for additional realism.

World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing ’23 Edition, the Nintendo Switch edition of the game, will drop on October 3 with both physical and digital editions. Pre-orders for the Switch edition will be available soon via Three-time Chili Bowl champion Christopher Bell will serve as the Pre-Order Exclusive driver for the Switch edition.

The 2023 Season Update of World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing will serve as an add-on to the base game on PlayStation and Xbox platforms, and will cost $29.99. For new PlayStation and Xbox players, the World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing Ultimate Edition bundle will be available for $49.99 that includes the base game, all 2022 Season Pass DLC, and the 2023 Season Update. Finally, World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing ’23 Edition for the Nintendo Switch will also cost $49.99 and will include all of the same car, driver, and track content as the Ultimate Edition for PlayStation and Xbox platforms.

Copyright and trademark info:
Copyright 2022 Motorsport Simulations, LLC

Additional license terms:
World of Outlaws is a registered trademark of World Racing Group, LLC. All car images, driver names and likenesses, corporate trademarks and other intellectual properties are used under license from their respective owners.

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