Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Cadillacs Coming to PGR3 for Free

Microsoft and Bizarre Creations today announced the availability of the “PGR 3” Cadillac V-Series Collection, now available on Xbox Live Marketplace. Gamers can add all three Cadillac V-Series vehicles to their virtual garage and race for an opportunity to bring home a new and exclusive award.

The three Cadillac V-Series cars include the 400 horsepower CTS-V, which in racing form won both the manufacturers’ and drivers’ championships in the 2005 SPEED World Challenge GT series against the likes of some of the most powerful vehicles in the world; the 443 horsepower XLR-V, which is the quickest and most agile Cadillac ever offered; and the 469 horsepower STS-V, the most powerful production Cadillac ever made. In short, horsepower is not an issue when it comes to these stylish and fast Cadillac cars.

For those racers interested in racing these high-performance Cadillac cars online, the Cadillac V-Series Collection will be available for free on the Xbox Live service. Drivers who download the collection will also be able to post to the game’s leaderboards and participate in the Cadillac challenge for the Cadillac Elite gamer picture award.

Only the best of the best will be able to master these elegant cars and earn the coveted Cadillac Elite gamer picture. Any Xbox Live competitor who places within the top 100 on the Nurburging F1 racetrack in any of the three Cadillac cars will be awarded this elusive gamer picture. “PGR 3” will continue to reward the top players sporting their new Cadillac Elite status by enabling future gamers to earn the gamer picture only by breaking one of the top 100 scores for that car’s specific leaderboard.

“PGR 3” is the next-generation debut of the best-selling “Project Gotham Racing” franchise for Xbox. Gamers take the driver’s seat in some of the fastest cars ever created by manufacturers such as Cadillac, Ferrari and Lamborghini. “PGR 3” boasts jaw-dropping visuals generated by the horsepower of the Xbox 360 and thrusts gamers into spectacularly-detailed courses throughout several of the world’s largest cities including New York, Tokyo, Las Vegas and London. Racers can define their own style, in their own car, and take down opponents both on and offline.

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