Techland Announces FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15

Techland – renowned developer and publisher of various video games from high-budget through to niche market titles  – announced today its latest project: FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15. The game is being developed by Techland Games Warszawa, the company’s subsidiary studio based in Warsaw.

Speedway is a unique and spectacular motorsport, known and loved in many countries around the globe. Techland has had notable success with previous installments of Speedway based titles and has now decided to give this group of motorsport enthusiasts a well-deserved next-gen installmentFIM Speedway Grand Prix 15 will be focused on the most important and prestigious speedway competition – the FIM Speedway Grand Prix, which every year determines the individual Speedway World Champion.

Speedway is the essence of immense power, adrenaline and… brakeless racing! – explains Marek Soból, head of Techland Warszawa. – I strongly believe that FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15 will be the best speedway simulator ever made by Techland. We treat it as a completely new beginning for the brand.”

The game is fully licensed by BSI Speedway. This collaboration has made it possible to carry over the thrill of real speedway into the game, faithfully recreating this unique experience down to the smallest detail.

Nicki Pedersen, Jarosław Hampel, Tai Woffinden, Krzysztof Kasprzak, Greg Hancock… FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15 will feature all the best riders from the current season, on top of authentic Grand Prix stadiums and different surface types – including Målilla (Sweden), Cardiff (UK), Horsens (Denmark), Toruń (Poland), and Melbourne (Australia).

Dynamic real-time commentary, online matches for up to 4 players, roaring engines, incredible speed, shoulder-to-shoulder racing, cheering crowds, and clouds of dirt and shale – this will be the players’ road to becoming the next Speedway World champion.

Jim Smale

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