Auto Club Revolution Free-to-Play PC Review
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
This last few weeks I have found my self losing plenty of time in Auto Club Revolution, a free-to-play online racing title that at least from my perspective seems to have cropped up out of nowhere, coming from the developers at Eutechnyx, who are one of the rare games developers that have been around since the mid 80’s, although back in those days the company was called Zeppelin Games, then later Merit Studios Europe. If I’m honest I haven’t heard of them before, but after checking their history, I have played a few of their titles.
Given that this developer has been around for so long it’s hard not to have seen some of their work, while they may not be headline news with some of their past releases, although they do have titles going all the way back to the Atari 8 bit! but have been developing nothing but racing titles 1997 for the Playstation 1 and beyond.
Free-to-play gaming has been getting plenty of good press this last year or so, with many titles already available on services like Steam that you don’t have to pay a penny to play, unless you want to take advantage of in game micro transactions of course, either way it’s a system that is paving the way for many developers to turn a fantastic profit and has even brougt once dead games back from the grave, as happen with APB: Reloaded.
So today I will be taking a look at just how much ACR (auto club revolution) has to offer to the budget conscious gamer and find out why this I think this is one free-to-play title any racing fan should playing.