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Steam to drive RACE

SimBin's latest joins line-up.

Swedish simulation gurus SimBin have partnered with Valve to release RACE - The Official WTCC Game through Steam.

Due out via UK publisher Eidos on 24th November at retail, the game will also feature on the increasingly popular digital distribution network.

It's going to cost US$ 44.95 when it's released on the 24th, and it turns out that if you buy it in a shop your version will also include Steam's functionality for auto-updating, matchmaking and, er, anti-piracy encryption. We all buy games because of that, obviously.

Be sure to check in with our game page for more details and screenshots of RACE, which features complete 2006 touring car season data.

There's also a demo available if you haven't already tried it.

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