Feral to ship ToCA Race Driver 3 for Mac on October 24th

Feral Interactive has today announced Friday, October 24th as the worldwide release date for the Mac version of ToCA Race Driver 3™, the exciting wheel-to-wheel, single-player and multiplayer racing game developed by Codemasters.

With 70 licensed cars and 80 licensed tracks, ToCa Race Driver 3 is the racing game for the Mac and offers the greatest range of motorsports of any game; GT, Off Road, Touring Cars, Classics, Open Wheel, Rally and Oval are just a few of the more than 35 types of racing featured. And the quality is just as impressive as the quantity with real-world physics giving players an authentic handling experience for each individual car.

With its online, multi-player capability, ToCa Race Driver 3 for Mac delivers an added dimension of live competition with other drivers across the globe.

“The ToCa Race Driver series has an outstanding reputation and we are thrilled to be bringing it to the Mac for the first time,” said Feral Interactiveʼs David Stephen in the press release.

“Codemasters understands and appreciates that the Mac user demands their gaming experience to be as clean and visually stunning as all of their day to day Apple applications. As such, we are happy to partner with to Feral Interactive knowing the quality that they deliver to,” said Peter Chan Director, Business Development, Codemasters, in the press release.

The game will retail in North America for US $49.95, £34.99 (inc VAT) in the UK and €39.95 (inc VAT) throughout Europe. It is currently available to pre-order from Feral’s online store.

Minimum system requirements call for a 1.8GHz Intel Mac only, 512MB RAM, 128MB graphics card, DVD drive and Mac OS X v10.4.8 or later. The game does not support Intel GMA processors.

More details and selected trailers of the game are now available here.


  1. $50. Time will tell if it worth that price. It just amuses me to compare that price with the $.99 apps that evoke outrage on the comment boards of being overpriced. There are chain stores with that name that do great business with the philosophy that even crap is a bargain at $ .99.

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