May 27, 2020

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Trackmania Unveils Starter, Standard, and Club Access Experiences

Trackmania, the remake of Trackmania Nations racing to PC on July 1, will offer players three different experiences when it launches: Starter Access, Standard Access, and Club Access. Each version is designed to appeal to a different level of engagement, ranging from a free experience aimed at new players to a premium subscription service for dedicated fans.

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Starter Access is free, and includes 25 tracks for solo or multiplayer racing in official campaigns that change quarterly. Players can earn medals, record scores, and check out tracks created by other players via the Arcade Channel. Starter Access players can also try out the track, replay, and skin editors, and compete in the weekly Nations League.

Players who purchase Standard Access, available as a yearly subscription, will get full access to Trackmania’s track and replay editors and map-review servers, and can take part in daily live competitions. Standard Access also includes curated Track of the Day selections, and the ability to keep them indefinitely along with every official campaign track.

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Finally, a subscription to Club Access lets players create and join clubs to share creations and organize their own events. Club Access players will also get access to exclusive features like skin customization, special campaigns, training tracks, online rooms, and club competitions. Club Access players can also compete in Ubisoft Nadeo’s Open Grand League, and attempt to qualify for the Trackmania Grand League.

Trackmania launches on PC via Uplay and Epic Games Store on July 1. To find out more, visit trackmania.com, and check out our previous coverage.

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