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Gamers are invited to test drive the sim-meets-arcade title that has charmed drivers around the world.

SQUARE ENIX LTD., and Original Fire Games today announced that top-down racing game CIRCUIT SUPERSTARS will be hosting a free weekend during Steam Racing Fest. The festival takes place from May 23 to 30and the Circuit Superstars Free Weekend will take place from Friday May 27 to Sunday May 29. The game is also reduced by 25% during the festival.

The Free Weekend will grant players access to all Circuit Superstars features and content, from community-loved weekly Time Trials to custom online lobbies and single-player tournaments.

Enjoy the free pass to the fascinating world of motorsport of Circuit Superstars from May 27 to 29 on Steam.

Watch the CIRCUIT SUPERSTARS rewards trailer here:

CIRCUIT SUPERSTARS is available now on PS4, PC (via Steam) and Xbox One, also slated for release on the Nintendo Switch console in 2022.

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About Original Fire Games

Original Fire Games is a small team originally created by three siblings of Mexico: Caroline, Carlos and Alberto Mastretta. Together, they have a combined 14 years in game development, as well as over 15 cumulative years of real-world racing experience. They bring all that expertise and passion to Circuit Superstars to create a competitive game with a charming edge. Circuit Superstars is a love letter to the world of motorsport – made for the fans, by the fans.

About Square Enix Collective

Square Enix Collective is a Londondivision based on Square Enix Ltd. The Collective program was launched in 2014 to help independent game developers raise community awareness of hundreds of game locations and has helped teams raise more than $1.2 million through Kickstarter campaigns. Collective has now published and distributed a range of independent titles since April 2016 and is looking for great new projects and talented teams to work with globally – whether it’s release support for already funded development or investment to help create of a game.

About Square Enix Ltd.

Square Enix Ltd. develops, publishes, distributes and licenses SQUARE-ENIXBranded entertainment content, EIDOS and TAITO in Europe and other PAL territories under the Square-Enix group of companies. Square Enix Ltd. also has a worldwide network of leading development studios such as Crystal Dynamics and Eidos Montreal. The Square-Enix group of companies has a valuable intellectual property portfolio including: FINAL FANTASY, which has sold over 168 million units worldwide; DRAGON QUEST, which has sold more than 84 million units worldwide; TOMB RAIDER, which has sold over 88 million units worldwide; and the legendary SPACE INVADERS. Square Enix Ltd. is a London– wholly-owned subsidiary of Square Enix Holdings Co., Ltd.

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About BBC Studios

BBC Studiosa global content company with bold British creativity at its heart, is a commercial subsidiary of the BBC groupsupporting license fees and improving programs for UK public. Able to seamlessly lead idea from thought to screen and beyond, its activities span content financing, development, production, sales, brand services and props both in its own productions and in the programs and formats made by UK independent. The company’s award-winning UK programs are internationally recognized across a wide range of genres and specialties, with brands including Strictly Come Dancing/Dancing with the Stars, Top Gear, Doctor Who and Bluey. BBC Studios has offices in more than 20 markets worldwide, including ten production bases in the UK and production bases or partnerships in nine other countries around the world. The company, which typically produces around 2,000 hours of content per year for both BBC and third parties like Apple, Netflix and Migu, is a champion of British creativity worldwide. It is also a committed partner for the from the United Kingdom independent sector through a combination of equity partnerships, content investments and international distribution for program titles.