‘New Star GP’ is a New Retro Racing Game Coming to PC – Watch Trailer

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Regardless of how modern and visually appealing gaming may look nowadays, there will also be those lads who are forever in love with retro games. That’s why companies continue to create retro games even today when pretty much anybody can afford to buy a console or PC that’s capable of running high-end graphics.

‘New Star GP’ is an upcoming racing game that will become available for those who prefer gaming on PC. Downloading the title will be possible through Steam EA, and as you play, you can easily upgrade the car and the support team to achieve success.

‘New Star GP’ will be playable on both PC and consoles

According to TGG, the ‘New Star GP’ retro racing game will first become available as a PC version at some point this year. Later on, the game will also feature console support, but the fans will have to wait a few extra months for that moment.

Here’s a description of the upcoming racing game coming from the official Steam page:

NEW STAR GP is the arcade racing game where every decision counts – on and off the track! You take control of your own motorsport team, guide your team’s technological development, plan your race strategy, take the wheel, and drive to victory! With a simple but deep gameplay experience and appealing retro visuals, NEW STAR GP puts you in the driving seat for every twist and turn as you manage and race your team through decades of racing, from the 1980s all the way to the present day!

To play the New Star GP retro racing game on your PC, you will need an Intel i5 Quad-Core processor running at 2.7 GHz or higher. The game also requires a minimum of 4 GB RAM to ensure smooth gameplay. When it comes to the graphics area, a GTX 660 or RX 460 graphics card is recommended. You should have at least 3 GB of available storage space to install and run the game effectively.

Cristian Antonescu
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