Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Unveils Full Car Roster | Broken Joysticks

Oct
09

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Unveils Full Car Roster

Developer Eden Games has now confirmed that 22 real world manufacturers will be bringing 51 playable cars to this arcade racing sequel on Nintendo Switch.  Improvements over last years game include 3000+ kilometers of derivable terrain spread across over 250 races.

The official description from the Teaser Trailer’s YouTube page gives us a bit of insight into how gameplay has changed in the past year:

“With the pedal to the metal, race along more than 1800 miles of roads! On the mountainside, through a nature park, in the middle of the desert or along the coast, defend your position over the course of more than 250 races, including championships, missions and challenges.”

Here is the full list of available cars set to appear in Gear.Club Unlimited 2 when it launches on Nintendo Switch on December 4th in North America and Europe:

MAKER MODEL
Acura NSX 2016
AC 378 GT Z
Alfa Romeo 4C
8C Compitizione
Giulia II QV
Giulietta III QV Squadra Corse
Bentley Continental GT V8 S
BMW M2 Coupé
M4 Coupé
M6 Coupé
Z4 Roadster
Bugatti Veyron GrandSport
Chevrolet Camaro 1LS
Camaro 50th
Corvette Stingray
Dodge Challenger RT/Scattpack
Viper SRT
Fiat 500 Abarth 695 Biposto
Ford Focus RS 2016
Mustang GT 2015
GTAMotor SpaniaGTA
Jaguar Ftype R AWD
Koenigsegg Agera RS
Lotus 3-Eleven Race
Elise 220 Cup
Evora 400
Exige S
Mazzanti Evantra
McLaren 12C
570S
570S GT4
675LT
720S
P1
Mercedes-AMG C63 S
GT S
SLS BlackSeries
Mini Cooper S JCW (F56)
Nissan 370z
370z Nismo
GTR
GTR Nismo
Pagani Huayra Roadster
Zonda Cinque
Porsche 718 Boxster GTS
911 GT2 RS
918 Spyder
Ruf CTR 3
RT12 R
W-Motors Fenyr  Supersport
Lykan Hypersport

 

I had a chance to review the first Gear.Club Unlimited last year. Here’s a small excerpt from that review:

“Gear.Club Unlimited presents drivers with a series of themed challenges based not just on the main class/sub class of a vehicle but also the various locales. One particular set of challenges may have you racing along seaside ports in a warm California-like climate while another will another circuit might present mostly night courses. These courses can often look their best during the daylight driving sections when lens-flare strikes just over the roof of the car as you make a hairpin turn. Each course has its own unique layout and varied background objects like buildings, houses and set pieces to help complete the illusion that you are racing down populated metropolis streets. Play close enough attention and you might notice that some courses might reuse sections of tracks, background objects or may be simply reversed or night-time versions of previously played courses entirely. This is certainly understandable when considering the amount, of course, variation Gear.Club Unlimited is providing players, expecting 400 completely unique course variations for a budget price would not only be unheard of but also an unrealistic expectation. “

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