The Humble Ultimate Racing Sim Bundle Is Available For a Limited Time

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If you are new to sim racing, and don't have a big catalogue of sims, or maybe you've kept to one sim for a long time, not taken the trip to other simulators? Humble Bundle got you covered for the next two days.

From 17:00 UTC Tuesday 13th of December, until 17:00 UTC Thursday 15th of December, you can pick up what can be described as the ultimate sim racing starter pack for 12.36 EUR (or more if you feel like supporting the charities that are connected with this bundle with even more money).

The games you get for just over 12 EUR are:
So even if you own one or two games in the bundle, there is still money to be saved if you plan to buy a majority of them outside the bundle. Any codes you don't need, you can always give to friends to try to get them into simracing or visit our Premium Member forum, and the Steam giveaway/trade thread where games from bundles are being shared between Premium Members.

In addition to this, we've got you covered if you want to race in some of your newly bought sims, with numerous weekly races in Assetto Corsa, Assetto Corsa Competizione, Automobilista 2 and rFactor 2 over at the RaceDepartment Racing Club.

To buy the bundle, head over to The Ultimate Racing Sim Bundle at HumbleBundle: https://www.humblebundle.com/games/ultimate-racing-sim-holiday-encore-bundle

PS: If you are only looking at Assetto Corsa Ultimate Edition or Assetto Corsa Competizione, they are on sale on Steam as a part of "Daily Deal" at the moment. At 90% and 70% off respectively.
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Ole Marius Myrvold
I've been a motorsport-fan for as long as I can remember. Initially a rallycross-maniac, but got into F1 around the time I started school. Got my first sim when I was 7, but didn't start properly until I got a wheel when I was 12. Been a staff at RaceDepartment since 2012. Mainly the dirty-guy who does rally-stuff here. But also management-titles and rFactor 2.

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Seems good, I'll go check it out and spur a mate or two to splash a bit as well, depends how it all works out first though.
 
What a terrific deal. I wish I knew someone starting out in sim racing as this is the ultimate starter kit. Anyone know if the drift game is any good/has decent wheel support? Its the only one I know have...
 
I forgot that Drift 21 existed.

I've never tried it.

There are racing and driving games that no one talks about, like the European truck championship (or whatever it's called).
Also moto bikes racing, there are 3-4 super bikes racing games that look really interesting but no one talks about them and we know nothing about them.
 
I forgot that Drift 21 existed.

I've never tried it.

There are racing and driving games that no one talks about, like the European truck championship (or whatever it's called).
Also moto bikes racing, there are 3-4 super bikes racing games that look really interesting but no one talks about them and we know nothing about them.

If you looked at it from one side, I like to support every mod and every studio producing a sim or a game because if they stayed in business it's good for us all.

If you looked at it from the other side, you don't want someone to pull low moves on you.

Example, you see a sim racing "influencer" who is reviewing a product like a g-force seat or a ventilated seat swearing to god that he can never live without that product. You watch him in the next years to find out that he lived without the product as soon as that company denied that he keeps the product for "review".

Back to DLC:
There classes that aren't active or a center of interest.
For example, Any1 here knows that FormulaE game is included in rF2?

Part of the problem is that sim racing is only about GT3 (see sim racing expo for example).
I used to purchase every DLC that sim racing youtubers promote, and never touch it.


"best RSS mods in history".
"best banger racing game that will blow your skirt off"
"best Rolls Roys wheel rim you can't live without"
"best gloves and mugs that will make you 10X faster"
"best paid setups that you don't know how to drive without".
 
This is a crazy good deal. :inlove: The price is so good it could be worth your while, even if you're only missing one or two of the titles. For example, AMS2 on Steam currently costs 45 CAD, whereas this pack (including AMS2 and all these other titles) can cost as little as 17.70 CAD. Whereas the lowest sale price for AMS2 on Steam to date is roughly 18 CAD. Crraazzzy stuff.
 
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It covers some excellent sims. I have all except Nascar and drift. Wouldn't have much interest in those either. If your new it should certainly be snapped up.
 
That's simply a bargain.
Though have all the mentioned sims already.
I'd wished I had some friens/colleagues/relatives interested in starting up in our world, but unfortunately it seems I grabbed the full handfull during covid19 depression, however the good news is they all have just built on and establisted in more serious sims by now.
 
Anyone know if the drift game is any good/has decent wheel support? Its the only one I know have...
It really was a huddle getting FFB direction right for my wheel. Apart from that, I drive it now and then just as cozy drift cruizing, and when wheel/analogue handbrake mapping finally is satisfsctory, it's actually quite promising. That said I've acquired via Steam only and my activity for my two shared accounts is a total of less than 30 hours, still...
 
Not bad, great pack if you are new on simracing, great games like ACC, AC, RF2, Ams2 and Ams1, but just please forget Drift21 and Nascar heat 5, maybe they could get in Fia Truck Racing instead of Nascar Heat
 
Technically, this Humble Bundle with Asetto Corsa, ACC, Automobilista, AMS2 and several other titles was supposed to go until the 15th. I just read about it and when I clicked to tell our son he can buy AC Ultimate for a great price (he is geeked after driving my reconstructed rig), I learn it"s over.

Even more disappointing that people will on average pay a pittance for multiple quality games when they know the money is split between game developers and charities.
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Technically, this Humble Bundle with Asetto Corsa, ACC, Automobilista, AMS2 and several other titles was supposed to go until the 15th. I just read about it and when I clicked to tell our son he can buy AC Ultimate for a great price (he is geeked after driving my reconstructed rig), I learn it"s over.

Oh, wow.
I know all these holiday bundles for a limited time may run out of stock before it's scheduled to finish, but I didn't actually believe that would happen. Not at least because the 2K bundle is still live, and that one should've finished before the sim-bundle. The 2K one have had "2 days left" for a couple of days now.

At least it was almost 17k bundles sold, hopefully some goes to new people. It's a healthy number, sim-racing wise.
 
Oh, wow.
I know all these holiday bundles for a limited time may run out of stock before it's scheduled to finish, but I didn't actually believe that would happen. Not at least because the 2K bundle is still live, and that one should've finished before the sim-bundle. The 2K one have had "2 days left" for a couple of days now.

At least it was almost 17k bundles sold, hopefully some goes to new people. It's a healthy number, sim-racing wise.
Great and positive way to look at adding people to the hobby!
 

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