World of Speed Articles
The World of Speed Steam page has been updated with a new developer blog to provide readers with information about what the team has been working on most recently as the game races towards Open Beta. Most notably, players can expect several new systems to launch after the start of Open Beta including: Clans, new game modes, and a new chat system.
The World of Speed developers have taken to the game's Steam page to post another in a long line of diaries to keep fans abreast of changes being implemented in the game as it heads closer to open beta testing. In the latest post, readers are informed about the growing dev team, improvements being made to the UI to assist new players, and the possible inclusion of Group Racing in a future build.
The World of Speed blog on the game's Steam page has been updated with a new post that is short and sweet but continues to show the team's commitment to getting the game out to open beta. While there are some secrets that developers are keeping to themselves, we do know that global chat and other social features are in the work. In addition "new liveries" for rides are being created as well as new maps with different tracks.
The World of Speed Steam page has been updated with a series of blog posts to close out the weekend. In each, the team discusses ongoing progress being made to bring the game closer to the open beta phase of development. Most notably Ranked Races are still a work in progress, but that devs are working as quickly as possible to bring the open beta closer to release.
As the World of Speed team races towards open beta, it has been hard at work to prepare the client for deployment. This week a number of adjustments have been made to the back end to improve connectivity and to shut down memory leaks for better performance. On the gameplay side, the team has made some adjustments to Ranked Races based on community feedback.
The latest World of Speed developer diary has been published that informs the community that the team has been hard at work on a pair of patches that will prepare the game for open beta. One patch is focused primarily on client optimization while the other will bring the player Profile feature on board.
The latest World of Speed developer update has been published on the game's Steam page. In it, players are informed that the team is collating and examining racing data in order to determine what should be published on individual profile stats pages. In addition, Ranked Races are being examined in order to "find the balance between all the ideas and rules that have been suggested by our community".
The latest World of Speed developer diary has been published on the game's Steam page. In it, we learn that the next update is in the works and that 'we are only a few steps from release' as a free to play game. Players can look for Update 0.3 in the near future that will bring changes to Ranked Races, the addition of the Player Profile that allows tracking of progress and overall performance over the course time.
The World of Speed team has taken to the Steam early access page to inform players that v0.2 has been deployed. The patch brings a massive number of changes and improvements to the game including an overhauled upgrade system, balance tweaks and new features.
Saber Interactive and Mad Dog Games have announced the Steam release date for World of Speed. Players will be able to jump in and get racing beginning on Wednesday, August 23rd. The game will be free to download and play with in-app purchases. Currently three car packages are listed on the Steam page, though pricing information is as-yet unavailable.
In World of Speed you'll race at a variety of locations from around the globe! Whether it's the sunny streets of San Francisco, the picturesque Cote d'Azur or way up in the Mountains there is a track for every racer in World of Speed! In this trailer you'll take a look at some of the locations we've already revealed but you'll also get a first look at a brand new location called the Mountain Spiral Road and a glimpse at some of the locations we have yet to reveal! Sign up for the Beta now
We are very excited the reveal the next car on the World of Speed car list - the BMW Z4 sDrive30i! While the Z4 was first introduced in 2002, BMW launched the Z4 sDrive30i in 2009. Under this Roadster's hood is a 3.0-liter inline-six engine that produces 255 HP and 220 lb-ft of torque. While that may not sound like a lot you have to consider the weight and size of the Z4. With that much power you're looking at a top speed of 250 KM/H and 0 - 100 KM/H in six seconds! If you want to get b
The Ford Mustang GT and Chevrolet Camaro SS - two truly iconic muscle cars! In this World of Speed Dream Drive trailer you'll see the modern day Camaro & Mustang go head-to-head on the streets of San Francisco and California Highway. Both locations are full of tight ninety degree turns, lots of hills and long straight aways. Perfect for pushing these muscle cars to their limit and proving which one reigns supreme. Sign up for the World of Speed beta for your chance to drive both the Ford
The Toyota Supra Mk4 has finally arrived in World of Speed! One of the pinnacle Japanese sports cars, the Supra Mk4 was in production from 1992 through to 2002. With the Toyota 2JZ-GTE I6 engine producing 320 HP under the hood you'll be able to push this car up to 100 KM/H in 5.1 seconds and hit a top speed of 250 KM/H and that before you even start customizing it! Sign up for the World of Speed beta now for your chance to drive the Toyota Supra Mk4 and many other great cars!
Last week the World of Speed community team hosted a Live Stream where they showed the community a one-on-one race featuring the RUF RK Coupe vs Mercedes SLS at the Moscow location in the game. Watch as these two opponents battle it out on the track, competing not only to cross the finish line first but to complete the objectives in order to secure victory in the race!