Total Immersion Racing update

Check out the latest screenshots from Empire Interactive's upcoming racer.

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Empire Interactive has released new screenshots from the Xbox version of Total Immersion Racing. In this racer, players take control of a powerful GT prototype racecar and try to race their way to a world championship. According to the developer, Razorworks, the opponents have a memory, so if a player upsets an opponent, he may respond to it a couple of races later.

Furthermore, the game features 18 licensed GT-class cars such as the Lister cars and the Noble M12. Real-world racetracks include Hockenheim, Monza, Sebring, and Rockingham, and it will also include unlockable game features and content, although neither Empire nor developer Razorworks wanted to reveal them yet.

The game is scheduled for a release in the fourth quarter of this year for the Xbox, PlayStation 2, and PC. The screenshots are from the Xbox version.

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