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F1 2013 Gets Classic 1990's Cars, Tracks DLC

By Ryan Winslett 2013-10-21 15:21:12 discussion comments
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F1 2013 is getting ready to party like it’s the 1990’s as the development team gears up to unleash cars and classic circuits from that venerable decade known for gritty cop dramas, movies about natural disasters and heaps of boy bands... even though a lot of those things are still relevant, even today.

For those virtual drivers out there who have started growing weary of all the latest and greatest advancements in racing technology, there’s good news coming from the folks at Codemasters. Starting today, players can get their hands on a special 1990’s car pack and a “Classic Tracks” pack for F1 2013 giving everyone a chance to race like it were the good old days.

These new cars and two new classic circuits were previously only available in the F1 2013 Classic Edition of the game. Now owners of the vanilla version of F1 2013 can enjoy those special cars and tracks, so long as they’re willing to part with an added fee, of course. They’re available today via Xbox Live, the PlayStation Network and Steam for 10 bucks a pop.

First up is the 1990’s car pack which, as I was just saying, weight in at $10 for six cars. Included in this bundle are the Ferrari F92 A and Williams FW14B from 1992, the Ferrari F310 and Williams FW18 from 1996 and the Ferrari F399 and Williams FW21 from 1999.

The track pack will set you back another 10 spot, this one including two new courses: Imola (former host of the San Marino Grand Prix) and Estoril (former home of the Portuguese Grand Prix).

But when it comes to cars, who in their right mind wants to buy before they see the thing in action? Above, you’ll find the new F1 2013 trailer for the car pack and, below, you’ll get to see those new tracks.


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