Microsoft and developers Monster Games are making it possible to download SRX: The Game for both Xbox consoles until the end of the month.
This means that anyone looking for a bit of racing action can play the trial for the whole weekend without any content limitations.
And the good news is that SRX: The Game has full next-gen support, with the team confirming back in August that a new update was available that would improve performance, audio and add 60 fps on Xbox Series X and PS5.
The original experience launched back in May 2021 on PS4, Xbox One and PC, and has continued to receive new content and support from Monster Games.
SRX stands for Superstar Racing Experience and is the official game of the brand. It comes with a career mode, online multiplayer and a custom car creator option.
The official description provides further background, adding: “The Superstar Racing Experience is an all new racing league, led by 3-time Cup Series Champions and Hall of Famers Tony Stewart and Ray Evernham.
“It features intense 700-horsepower action on a mix of dirt and asphalt short tracks. Put simply, SRX is about getting back to the basics of racing, and putting the competition in the drivers hands.
“SRX: The Game allows you to compete against some of the greatest champions in motorsports history. Tony Stewart, Helio Castroneves, Bill Elliott, Tony Kanaan, Michael Waltrip, and many more await you.
“It’s short track racing against the BEST to ever do it! You’ll compete on 6 licensed tracks including Eldora Speedway, Knoxville Raceway, Lucas Oil Raceway, Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway, Slinger Speedway, and Stafford Speedway.
“To get to SRX, you’ll have to become a Superstar yourself! Earn your way to the top in Career Mode featuring 305 Wingless Sprints, Stadium Trucks, and Dirt Late Models on more than 50 additional dirt tracks. Or, take on all your friends in Online Multiplayer or Local Split Screen.”
The SRX trial is available to download now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X consoles and can be found by heading to the game’s official Microsoft Store page.
The trial is set to end on November 29, meaning there is still plenty of time to play through the different tracks and career mode options.
It should also be noted that while you get access to the full game experience, the trial does have a time limit.
Gamers who download it can play SRX: The Game for a total of 24-hours before it reverts back to normal price.