Wroclaw, Poland, 14th of November 2006: Techland informed today about the launch of Xpand Rally Xtreme website. Everybody who has been waiting for new and more solid information will find their source by entering the official website.
Besides news and info about the game you might want to check out the gallery section, where you can see, amongst many others, screenshots taken during some extremely fast races. Download section contains materials, which make it possible to have try of the emersion given by XRX races. Forum stands also for your disposal, where you'll be able to share your comments, impressions and remarks with other rally fans.
Content of the websites is systematically updated with news and audio/video materials.
Take a look at http://xtreme.xpandrally.com/ and meet Xpand Rally Xtreme – the one and only game which shows the true spirit of car rally.
About Xpand Rally Xtreme:
Xpand Rally Xtreme is the one and only game which shows the true climat and conditions of a car rally. Dangerous, technical track, based on the world hardest special stages and powerfull cars create an extreme mixture, which demands concentration, self-control and hell of experience from the drivers. Let the rivalization carry you away, feel the adrenaline and show who is the best driver in the world.
Techland is the leading Polish game developer, creating interactive entertainment products for worldwide markets since 1997. The company is committed to delivering high-quality, cutting-edge videogame titles to consumers and has developed more than 10 titles based on the Chrome Engine. The most important titles in Techland's lineup are: Chrome (released in 2003 www.chromethegame.com), Xpand Rally (released in 2004 www.xpandrally.com) and Call of Juarez a Wild West themed action-adventure FPS (released this year www.callofjuarez.com). Please visit www.techland.pl/en for more info about techland and it's products.
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