A new trailer for Gear.Club Unlimited 2 has been uploaded to the Microids YouTube Channel. The video takes a look at the Performance Shop feature in the the game. The Performance shop is where players will be able to customize their cars from the bodywork down to its performance by reducing weight, changing tires, etc.
You can find the trailer embedded below inside the official press release for Gear.Club Unlimited 2.
Gear.Club Unlimited 2 unveils its Performance Shop in a new video
Winning a race begins in the garage…
Paris, October 23th 2018 – A new video for Gear.Club Unlimited 2, the upcoming Nintendo Switch racer, introduces players to the new features of the Performance Shop: a garage that can be fully personalised and used by players to upgrade and customise their vehicles.
Decisions taken in the Performance Shop affect the behaviour of cars. To take on seasoned drivers, players will need to modify their vehicles to make them more competitive. If a car is too light, too powerful and fitted with original equipment tires, it will be very difficult to drive and players are likely to end up in the ditch. Guided by their workshop manager, players will have to consider the characteristics of materials and laws of physics to create balanced cars that offer a realistic driving experience.
A fundamental part of the Gear.Club Unlimited franchise, the Performance Shop is made up of seven workshops:
Mechanical Workshop: modify engines and gearboxes to make cars more powerful
Body Workshop: reduce the weight of cars to make them faster
Wind Tunnel: improve car aerodynamics
Tires Workshop: change brakes and tires to improve grip
Graphic Workshop: change colours and apply stickers to cars to make them unique
Cosmetic Workshop: customise cars, from the hood to the spoiler!
Rally Workshop: modify cars to compete on sand tracks in rally mode
Source: Dead Good Media PRTags: Eden Games, Gaming, Gear.Club Unlimited 2, Microids, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, videogames
This post was written by Mike Scorpio