The ultimate racing challenge accelerates onto shelves today

MUNICH, Germany – October 5 th 2012 UIG, a premier German publisher, announce today the UK release of nKPro Racing, a highly realistic racing simulator for PC.

Developed by Italian racing-simulation specialist Kunos Simulazioni, nKPro Racing combines a cutting edge physics engine with dynamic racing features to deliver the ultimate driving experience. Players take on the role of the driver and the pit team as they race nine different car classes with detailed and advanced set-up options, interactive cockpit as well as telemetry screens providing accurate data output and analysis. The realistic weather feature affecting racing conditions will challenge players to make strategic choices in pre-race set-up as well on the track.

With multiplayer support for up to 15 players, easily moddable source code as well as a track editor enabling the community to create and upload their own tracks, nKPro Racing puts players in the driving seat for a diverse and exhilarating ride.

Buckle-up for the most realistic race of your life! nKPro Racing is available now from selected retail stores and online at recommended price of £14.99.

For further information and review code please contact:

Charley Grafton-Chuck

Johnny Atom Productions


T: +44 (0)203 176 0139

M: +44 (0)7971 073914

About UIG Entertainment GmbH

UIG Entertainment GmbH was founded in 2005 by managing director Christoph Bayer and is one of the leading distributors of casual games and license simulator games as well as own developments in Germany. As an international Publisher of the Simulator- and the Play Indie Line-up UIG works with a huge network of distribution partners in the core markets.


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