Top Things to Know About SRX: The Game

Time to go to the races.
Time to go to the races. Monster Games

A new racing video game is all to launch on May 28. SRX: The Game offers the total excitement of the real SRX race series. The game is made possible through a partnership entered into by NASCAR Hall of Famers Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham with Monster Games. It’s going to feature the Superstar Racing Experience (SRX) series, the actual race of which is expected to make its debut this summer at CBS Sports.

The SRX, by that we mean the actual race, hopes to launch a six-race debut season. Unlike NASCAR, it offers shorter races at shorter tracks along with the random pairing of driver and crew chief for each race.

SRX: The Game has players race in Stadium Trucks, 305 Wingless Sprints, and Dirt Late Models, on at least 50 tracks for non-stop action. The Superstar Racing Experience feature gives players access to 16 superstars in the likes of, among others, Tony Stewart, Helio Castroneves, Bill Elliott, Tony Kanaan, and Michael Waltrip.

Players can also enjoy racing on asphalt and dirt short tracks like the Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, Knoxville Raceway, and Eldora Speedway.

The game has a career mode where you start as a local dirt track racer and work your way to the top. However, those who want to join the SRX series must make a name and become a superstar. There are other modes to enjoy as well, such as Online Multiplayer, Quick Race, and Championship Mode.

In a press statement, Tony Stewart shared that after the successful partnership with All-American Racing and the Sprint Car game, he was more than excited to collaborate with Monster games and work on this new project. He adds that fans are sure to enjoy what the game has to offer.

Meanwhile, Ray Evernham revealed that ultimately, SRX is about driver talent and seeing who is the best. He added that they wanted players to race in amazing tracks using equal cars. He continued that he is excited for everyone to try the game.

SRX: The Game is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, and is priced at $39.99. Preorders for Xbox One are now being accepted. Learn more about the game here.

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