There are loads of reasons why Eden Games and Microids’ new racer is worth playing, but these cars… oh man. Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Porsche Edition brings the cars and the realism to the track. This update is available on the Nintendo store. The game itself has over 250 races and more cars than you could believe. With a HUGE area to explore, there are literally over 1800 miles of tracks to drive. Driving on mountainsides, in the desert, even through a nature park, this game has no shortage of scenery. Players need to master multiple types of racing, asphalt, rally, and icy roads, each has its challenges. This is no Crash Team Racing, Gear.Club 2 takes racing very seriously.
As you go through the game, enjoy perusing your vast garage as you build your car collection. The original game had over 50 licensed cars from the world’s most famous manufacturers. But this add-on brings even more vehicles to the game itself. You can even customize each car, affecting a new appearance, bodywork, or engine tuning. With all these options, the list of vehicles available seems to be endless.
But What Does This Bring to Gear.Club 2?
This update brings three cars instantly into the mix, all classic Porsche, as the name would suggest. Not only this, the updated content brings Gear.Club 2 comes with DLC. In the new campaign mode ‘Porsche Series,’ you can earn three new specialty Porsche models by coming first in the series. The new models available are the 718 Type 982 Cayman GT4, 911 Type 992 Carrera, 911 Turbo Type 930. But these aren’t the only cars speeding onto your console with this update. Be sure to grab it when it’s available on November 14 of this year.
After purchase, you unlock all of the DLC, along with the cars that come with it. This means that not just the three new Porsche models, but 14 other new cars come with this game! That’s enough to put some nitrous into the engine and get it running for sure. If you’re a gearhead and you’ve ever wanted to get behind the wheel of some prime engines, check it out! Lotus, Mclaren, Alfa-Romeo, Jaguar, it’s not just a Porsche-man’s game; that’s for sure! Besides, with Need for Speed dropping out of E3, this is the best racing news we’re likely to get soon.
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