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Wednesday, 20 July 2011 09:00

Auto Club Revolution to closed beta

Written by David Stellmack
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Eutechnyx to see how title is shaping up
Eutechnyx, who is lately most associated with the new NASCAR racing video game released last year, has announced that they will be opening up their new title called Auto Club Revolution to a closed beta where they are able to access and scale test features and content.

You might not know about Auto Club Revolution, but it is a new online racing game and car community that the company has been developing. The first closed beta of the title will start on July 25th and the company plans to move to a “no invite needed” open beta test later this year.

You can fill out an application for the closed beta here.


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