Over the course of the last five years, Racing Rivals has grown into one of the most hardcore racing games in the world. This loyal community has spent countless hours competing in millions of races in “winner take all” fashion – all in the name of Turf Wars and pink slips.

However, all good things must come to an end… After spending time evaluating Rivals and its future – we’ve decided that it’s time to move on. Simply put, the revenue generated from Racing Rivals unfortunately no longer covers the cost of operations. This was not an easy decision to make.

On March 31st, 2019 – Rivals will be racing off into the sunset, and will be permanently shut down. Current players have until this date to utilize any accumulated virtual currency. We’ll be offering some massive reductions in the cost of crates, installs and repairs in addition to a reduction on timers as you race your way into the history books. Effective immediately, no new in-app purchases will be permitted.

In closing, a resounding and sincere THANK YOU to our extremely driven fans for your loyalty and dedication over the years – we hope you’ve enjoyed playing Racing Rivals as much as we’ve enjoyed creating it.

is it true ?

sultanmasultanma Registered Users 107 Posts
that racing rivals is vecoming to an end ?

many people talked about it really and as far as i remember that glu stated no its not going to an end soon please clarify this guys to me am confused


  • CARBDRIFT1539CARBDRIFT1539 Unregistered / Not Logged In, Registered Users 147 Posts
    there has been talks about them coming out with a newer version of the game, and letting this one continue on as it is, but the newer one is supposed to be better.. thats all i can recall on the matter..
  • sultanmasultanma Registered Users 107 Posts
    what about our workdone here?
  • Goldtop1955Goldtop1955 Registered Users 556 Posts
    sultanma said:

    what about our workdone here?

    Everything on this game will be lost. Cars, cash, everything.
  • CARBDRIFT1539CARBDRIFT1539 Unregistered / Not Logged In, Registered Users 147 Posts
    i dont think anything would be lost, the game would keep on, just no longer updated or anything like that, the new game would be its own entity..
  • Koaleader171Koaleader171 Registered Users 457 Posts
    @CARBDRIFT1539 actually I do believe it will be lost, due to them shutting down the servers for the new game.
    "Whether you win by an inch or a mile, winning is winning."
  • CARBDRIFT1539CARBDRIFT1539 Unregistered / Not Logged In, Registered Users 147 Posts
    last thing i had read they were going to let it be, i dont recall them ever saying anything about shutting down the current one. but, i could be wrong. thats been awhile ago since i read that. .
  • CARBDRIFT1539CARBDRIFT1539 Unregistered / Not Logged In, Registered Users 147 Posts
    this is what Ryyst posted in a previous post about this..
    from the forum post

    [RR] Ryyst Administrator Posts: 2,662Administrator
    September 2
    A Rivals 2 is planned for a future date. Whether it remains Racing Rivals 2 or evolves into something else entirely remains to be seen, a lot can happen between now and then.

    As for Rivals 1. Rest assured, we are not wiping accounts. We will most likely leave it running until the point where it makes less than it costs to leave up.

    As for what you spent on Racing Rivals and what will happen if we release a Rivals 2, I'll repost something I said on one of the Facebook pages:
    Like most all mobile games, RR will probably end... eventually. Its the way mobile games go. Most likely won't happen until it becomes more costly to run than it makes money. That could be awhile. We have no immediate plans to end Rivals 1. IF we release Rivals 2, understand it will most likely be a new game. This could mean different cars, different car parts, different looks whatever. So a 1 to 1 transfer of cars probably won't happen. We'll probably do some kind of credit transfer of some sort similar to Nitto, but RR2 is so far out, that we won't even know the details for quite some time.

    The thing you should all comprehend about mobile F2P games, is that they will eventually run it's course. You can't look at in-app purchases as investments in tangible goods. It's more akin to temporary entertainment, like buying tickets to a movie, or a concert. You pay for entertainment. Some pay more for those closer seats or whatever perk to get more enjoyment out of something, end of the day though, you don't get to keep that movie, or take the band home with you. Doesn't mean you didn't get your money's worth. That's how mobile gaming works.
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