Highly Customizable Driving Simuator Seeks Funding on Kickstarter

Developer Invictus Games seeks to build the “most interactive and in-depth game for any auto enthusiast,” but needs your help to pull it off. The team is asking for $150,000 to make their hardcore driving simulator, Street Tuning Evolution. Originally, Invictus Games developed the Street Legal Racing series, known for its deep modding scene, under Activision. Invictus Games noted on its Kickstarter page that the Street Legal Racing games had thousands of mods, a staggering statistic. Street Tuning Evolution seeks to support modifications just as its predecessors did, boasting that the game will have a “massive online modding community and unparalleled realism.”

Cars will be fully customizable, allowing players to build their vehicles from the ground up, tweaking even the most minute details of the engine. Even the physics engine will feature heavy customization, with the Kickstarter page stating, “You don’t have to hope that the game is exactly the way you want it to be out of the box. If there is something you don’t like, you have the freedom to change it so that its exactly the way you want it to be.”

So, if you’re looking for a highly customizable realistic driving simulation experience (that’s a mouthful, isn’t it?) and don’t mind backing the game in such an early state, then head over to Street Tuning Evolution‘s Kickstarter page, which lists more of the game’s features, and back the project. Fifteen dollars will get you a Steam key for the game, which has an expected release date of April, 2016.