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TOCA Race Driver - Damage Video

by Rainier on July 26, 2002 @ 5:24 p.m. PDT

Renowned for its high speed and aggressive race action, Codemasters' multi million-selling TOCA Touring Car series provides some of motorsport gaming's most spectacular real-car collisions on world famous circuits.
See the damage in an all-new TOCA Race Driver video.

As TOCA Race Driver comes to PlayStation 2 and PC, those collisions are about to become more dynamic, detailed and realistic than ever before.

The game's proprietary Finite Element Modelling (FEM) damage engine accurately simulates the deformation of a car's structure over the duration of an impact, calculating how both the internal structure and outer bodywork of the cars react.

This physics based approach gives unparalleled realism with different impact results every time depending on the exact conditions of the collision.

Crunch metal in the new TOCA Race Driver video.


Expected August 23 2002 For PS2

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