Dutch publisher Project Three Interactive BV today announced it has signed the European rights for the racing game “Cross Racing Championship” for
PC-CDROM. The game has a scheduled pan-European
release date of April 15th 2005.
“Cross Racing Championship” is being developed by developer Invictus- Games, located in Debrecen, Hungary, and is already very close to
Project Three CEO Rob Ercevic said: “CRC will be a real great racing experience for any fan of racing games on the PC. We’re very excited to have this quality game aboard and look forward very much to bring it to gamers across Europe in 3 months time.”
Invictus-Games MD Tamas Kozak added: “We’re extremely pleased to have signed this deal with a dedicated publisher such as Project Three and will work closely together with them to finish the game in the weeks to come.”
About Cross Racing Championship (CRC)
In CRC the player can contest in races across six distinct environments, ranging from icy mountainous regions and lush countryside to parched desert areas and beaches. CRC will appeal to both rally fans and road-racing fans with its unique crossover approach to vehicles and race circuits.
CRC features single- and multiplayer action and extensive set-up options which are an integral part of the game, along with realistic real-time damage and stunning graphical effects including High Dynamic Range imaging, bump mapping, dynamic environmental reflections and motion blur. The vehicles are fully user-customisable, both in their appearance and performance, using an intuitive and powerful interface. The game also features TV replay options and realistic sound effects.
In CRC you start your own racing career, starting out as an amateur Autocross racer and racing through 65 various racing events, ultimately becoming the "Cross Racing Champion". The various racing disciplines include Autocross, Rallycross, Off-Road, Rally-Sprint, Rally, Road Racing and finally the championship ends in tough Circuit Racing.
Play CRC anyway you prefer: with keyboard, gamepad, joystick or steering wheel. The game will support multiplayer, both online and on a LAN up to 8 players per game.
Find out more about the game at the official website at
Invictus-Games was originally founded way back in 1992 and was restructured and expanded in 2000. The company currently employs 20 talented and experienced individuals and is mostly known for past racing games such as ‘1nsane’ (2001) and the ‘Street Legal’ series (2002/2003).