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Friday, 22 June 2012 08:13

Ferrari Racing Legends to get released

Written by David Stellmack



Slightly Mad title to make it to the finish line


For quite some time now we have known that Slightly Mad Studios has been working on a new racing title. The title is Atari’s Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends that the studio has been working on. The racing-oriented developer is best known for the Need for Speed Shift series of releases, so this Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends is something new for the studio.

After several false starts, Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends is close to crossing the finish line, according to Slightly Mad Studios. The game is now scheduled for release on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on July 3rd in North America and July 6th in Europe.

A PC version was supposed to be part of the release, but no release date was announced for the PC version. However, the PC version does not appear to be canceled; it is just not ready for release yet and will be released at a later date, according to the whispers we are hearing.


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