Today marked the release of the PC version of Car Mechanic Simulator 2021, the next installment of one of PlayWay's biggest IPs. Owners of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles will not have to wait long, because the version for these platforms will appear tomorrow (maybe even in the next few hours). In addition to access to the game two expansions will be made available introducing four licensed Nissan vehicles and four electric cars.
Car Mechanic Simulator 2021 will enable us to repair, service, paint, and even tune and restore up to 72 cars to test on the race track. As the owner of a workshop we will develop it, thus opening ourselves to new customers and increasingly difficult challenges. But that's not all, because in the game we'll also take part in auctions, as well as check out abandoned city warehouses or rural barns, where some real automotive treasures may be hiding.
On the release day we'll be able to get our hands on the aforementioned DLC. The first of these includes Original Nissan cars: Fairlady Z (s30) 1969, Silvia S15 2002, GT-R R35 2008 and 370Z Nismo 2018. Apart from the cars from the Japanese manufacturer, the add-on will also introduce the I6 L24, I4 SR20DET, V6 VR38DETT and V6 VQ37VHR engines as well as a whole range of parts to costomize the aforementioned engines. The second expansion will offer electric vehicles: Atom Renton 2006, Atom 330 2018, Autotutto Lavetino 2013 and Elenti Izi 2013. eDen-1H, Proton e-R and CHRG-e E1 engines will also appear, as well as modifications for these models.