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Posted: Oct 3, 2023 @ 09:29 am GMT-0600
Updated: Oct 3, 2023 @ 09:34 am GMT-0600
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Released on other consoles back in August, Monster Games and iRacing have today announced the release of their World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing ’23 Edition title for Nintendo Switch.

World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing ’23 Edition contains all the same cars, tracks, and drivers as the World of Outlaws: Dirt Racing Ultimate Edition bundle on PlayStation and Xbox platforms. This means all the base content from the initial release, plus all downloadable content from the 2022 Season Pass and 2023 Season Update, is included. In total, that includes dozens of tracks, including 19 premier real-world venues; nine series, headlined by the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car Series and Case Construction Late Model Series; and hundreds of real-world drivers with officially licensed paint schemes.

You can purchase from Nintendo for $49.99.

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