The Raceroom Porsche Pack is officially released
Image credit: KW Studios

RaceRoom Porsche Pack 2023 Out Now


After weeks of teasing, RaceRoom has finally released its Porsche Pack featuring a trio of Stuttgart’s finest racers. A sizeable update also comes with the release.

Ever since KW Studios announced its new content release plan, RaceRoom fans have been eagerly awaiting the Porsche Pack. Bringing a trio of race cars from the Stuttgart brand, the DLC is sure to be popular. It comes alongside a modest update that may help drivers’ feeling of the simulator.

As part of the update, RaceRoom’s Traction Control and ABS systems have received changes. This update comes for free following a download, whilst the Porsche Pack costs just under €9.

The Porsche Pack will join Raceroom Racing Experience on 20 July
Image credit: KW Studios

What’s in the RaceRoom Porsche Pack?

Within the pack comes a trio of cars with four variants and a whopping 77 liveries. From the olden days appears the 944 Turbo Cup car, the predecessor to the modern Super Cup models. This car fits perfectly alongside the numerous historic racers available in R3E.

Following on from the Turbo Cup is the modern iteration of Porsche’s Cup car, the 992 911 GT3 Cup. This car features in both Sprint and Endurance variants, the former racing in the many Carrera Cup championship around the world whilst the latter competes in longer races such as NLS and the 24H Series. The major difference between the two is the additional electronics featuring in the Endurance car. This model features ABS and TC whereas the Carrera Cup machine does not.

The 911 Cup car is now in Raceroom
The 911 Cup car is now in Raceroom – Image credit: KW Studios

Completing the line-up is the all-new for 2023 992 iteration of 911 GT3 R. This car races in the GT3 category and features in RaceRoom‘s GTR3 class. It replaces the 991.2 generation of car which is also present in-game.

As mentioned above, the Porsche Pack in RaceRoom costs just under €9. It comes alongside an update that tackles the title’s ABS and Traction Control systems. These should feel more streamlined in the latest version of the game. Furthermore, the update adds a number of liveries for the McLaren 720S GT3. This means it is available to drive in more championships than just the 2021 DTM season. Expect to see more diverse looks for this rarely seen GT3 car.

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