Porsche announced a partnership with Microsoft's Forza Motorsport franchise during the New York International Auto Show, proving once again that ending their long-running exclusive partnership with Electronic Arts was a wise decision. In addition, Porsche recently confirmed their inclusion in Gran Turismo Sport, iRacing and Assetto Corsa giving the …Continue to the full article
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Porsche Officially Confirmed for Gran Turismo Sport
Because of an exclusive contract with Electronic Arts, Porsches have been a rare site in many popular racing games. When this exclusive contract expired last year, the Forza franchise became the first to include the marque as an expansion pack for two existing games; Forza Motorsport 4 and Forza Horizon 2. Then, Assetto Corsa jumped in with their …Continue to the full article
Porsche and iRacing. Two of the World’s Best Together at Last!
If you've been following along here on FLATSIXES.com then you know that video game maker Electronic Arts lost their exclusive hold on Porsche at the end of 2016. Their loss is our gain. Assetto Corsa has already released three new Porsche packs covering some 20+ models (both production and racing). Now, for a New Year's treat, comes word that …Continue to the full article
Assetto Corsa is the Porsche Racing Simulator You’ve Been Waiting For!
For as long as I can remember, Electronic Arts held an exclusive contract with Porsche to license their cars in video games (Need for Speed, Real Racing, etc). Sure, you could drive a RUF in Gran Turismo or buy a sub-licensed Porsche pack in Forza, but those opportunities were few and far between. If you were a gamer and wanted a Porsche, EA was …Continue to the full article
CJ Wilson Racing Might Find Their Next Driver Through A Cayman GT4 Racing Series They’re Hosting on Forza
Late last week CJ Wilson Racing announced they were launching a Cayman Cup for Forza Motorsort 6. Sponsored by Logitech and produced in conjunction with The Online Racing Association (TORA) the CJ Wilson Cayman Cup will run from the 27th of April, 2016 to the 31st of August, 2016. Complete with a Driver Championship and Team Championship, …Continue to the full article
Will We See Magnus Walker, Nakai san And Their Porsches In The Next Need For Speed?
There are a number of Porsches on my bucket list of must drives. Some of them, because of this blog, I think I might actually have a chance. Other Porsches on the list, probably not. However, if the new Need for Speed Official E3 Trailer is to be believe, at least two "iconic" Porsche builders (and presumably their Porsches) will be included in …Continue to the full article
Video Gamers Rejoice. Porsche Is Returning To Forza 2!
Anyone familiar with racing games knows that Need for Speed developer EA has a stranglehold on the rights to Porsches in video games. Who EA has a picture of and in what compromising position is unknown. However, other than a one timed alliance with Microsoft in 2012, Porsche fans could only find Stuttgart's finest in Need for Speed or Real …Continue to the full article
Porsche Set To Reveal The Cayman GT4 In Real Racing 3
Porsche may have accidentally confirmed the Cayman GT4 when they updated the "Driving Experiences" section of their PorscheDriving.com web-site. Now, with spyshots making their way around the web and Porsche confirming to us that there will be an announcement of some type in the next week or so (though they won't say what the announcement is) we …Continue to the full article
Get A Free Porsche 911 On Real Racing 3
Do you like video games? Do you play driving games. If so, and you haven't yet tried EA sport's Real Racing 3 (RR3), you need to. If you're not familiar with Real Racing 3, it's available for the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Android devices. Even better, it's available for FREE download. Last year, as part of Porsche's 50 Years of the 911 …Continue to the full article
Have You Played “Birthday Roar”? Porsche’s Newest Online Game
Earlier today Porsche uploaded a new video to YouTube featuring 7 generations of the 911 using their engine sounds to sing happy birthday to each other. Buried within the description was a link to an online game and microsite called "Birthday Roar". From what we can tell there are 2 modes: Arcade Mode and Free Play (free play wasn't …Continue to the full article