If you are a fan of building and fixing cars, and also of the timeless masterpiece that is Back to The Future, then this piece of news for Car Mechanic Simulator 2015 is definitely going to capture your interest.
Playway has announced that their Kickstarter success, Car Mechanic Simulator 2015, is getting the legendary DeLorean DMC-12 as new Downloadable Content. The update looks great and clearly shows that developer Red Dot Games has put lot of effort into this one.
Players can explore the inner workings of the entire vehicle. From the engine parts to the choice of lights and even the drivetrain of the DeLorean. There are already a number of positive ratings and reviews on the Steam Page, cementing the fact that this update is a winner.
“It’s a DeLorean, and you can put a V8 in it!” says one happy Steam customer. “This is so far the best DLC for the game, IMHO. You can tell the devs put a lot of love into this one”, says another.
Simulation games are not really my cup of tea, but I have to admit that the DeLorean Downloadable Content looks great. It stays true to the classic science fiction movie while still offering a realistic vehicle to work with. As some users have stated, the “true to the movie” version must be purchased from the in-game auction house.
The DeLorean DLC can be purchased for R37.60 ZAR at the moment. It is marked down at 20%, from R47.00 and will stay like this until 26 September. Car Mechanic Simulator 2015, on the other hand, is marked down to R74.46 ZAR until 26 September. Judging by the extremely positive Steam reviews, it is well worth the cash.
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