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Trackmania Remake is Going F2P

May 27, 2020

By: Patrick Perrault

 
 

Ubisoft has announced that the Trackmania remake will have three "distinct racing experiences." These are Starter Access, Standard Access, and Club Access. All three versions of the game will be available on Epic Games and Uplay on July 1, 2020.

Trackmania is a universal racing game and with three levels of engagement, we aim to fit every player’s gaming preferences. The Starter Access, which is free, is a great foot in the door for new players. The Standard and Club Access will support creation and sharing tools for our more advanced players.” explains Florent Castelnerac, Ubisoft Nadeo Managing Director.

The Starter Access version of Trackmania will be F2P, and players will be able to race solo or in multiplayer on 25 different tracks, allowing players to earn medal and record scores in the quarterly renewed official campaigns. Players will then be able to try other player's creations via the Arcade Channel, and try out the track, replay, and skin editors, as well as the map review servers. There is also a Nations League available for casual competitions.

 

Standard Access will allows more access for players. This will include the "Track of the Day" selections, and full access to replay and track editors, as well as full access to map review servers. Players can participate in daily competitions and keep every "Track of the Day" and "Official" campaign track. If this sounds great to you, it'll be available for $9.99 a year.

For Club Access, players will be able to join their favorite clubs to access things like skin customization, special campaigns, online rooms, training tracks, and competitions. Players can also create their own club to organize events and share their stuff. Players can participate in the Open Grand League, and try to qualify for the Trackmania Grand League. One year's access will cost you $29.99 and three years will cost $59.99.

 
 

Trackmania is currently available to pre-order on Epic Games and Uplay.

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