Friday 11th July/... System 3 is moving quickly to address supply issues which have seen only limited copies of its latest release Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli arrive in stores.
A hiccup in the distribution system has resulted in many high street retailers reporting low stock levels. System 3 is working hard with retail to ensure an extensive resupply campaign continues in the coming weeks to meet the demand for this hugely popular race title.
“We knew Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli would be popular, but the massive demand for our game has surpassed even our expectations,” said Mark Cale, CEO of System 3. He continued: “We’re working hard with our retail partners to make sure that everyone who wants a copy of the game gets one. Our customers are the most important part of our business, so we’re working harder than ever to ensure their needs are met.”
Over the coming weeks, retailers will be receiving additional stock, enabling gamers to get their hands on the most advanced simulation available on PlayStation 3 and Nintendo DS.
More information on Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli can be found on the official website; www.system3.com.
Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli is available for PlayStation 3 and Nintendo DS formats and will release on PlayStation 2 and Nintendo Wii formats later this summer.
Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli is System 3’s labour of love – a re-creation of Ferrari’s own racing series, which sees both professional and amateur drivers taking to the world’s most famous race tracks in 430 Challenge race cars. Developed by racing game specialists Eutechnyx, Ferrari Challenge Trofeo Pirelli draws upon the developer’s years of experience with racing titles and includes a uniquely magical touch from GP2 driver Bruno Senna, nephew of F1 legend Ayrton and technical consultant on the game’s handling.
The Ferrari Challenge video game will be published on an array of gaming consoles including PlayStation® 3, PlayStation® 2, Nintendo Wii™, and Nintendo DS™.
System 3 Software
System 3 has been part of the fabric of the video game industry since 1982 and is widely known as a company of innovation with a strong emphasis on creating compelling gameplay. The company, one of the last remaining independents, operates two key brands; System 3 – a premium game publisher and Play It – a budget game publisher.
The company holds video game rights for properties including; Ferrari, Gottlieb, Williams and Epyx.