Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Launches December 4th For Nintendo Switch
Gear Club Unlimited 2 Nintendo Switch

Microids and Eden Games’ Gear.Club Unlimited originally made its way onto the Nintendo Switch last year in the middle of November. The game wasn’t a groundbreaking foray into the arcade racing genre, but it did offer Switch owners a racing game that wasn’t kart-racing or based around power-ups. It was basically their own little Need For Speed.

The first Gear.Club Unlimited received middling review scores both from game reviewers and actual gamers. Eden Games, however, is taking that feedback to heart and improving on what was originally introduced in the first game with the upcoming release of Gear.Club Unlimited 2.

The second game is due for release at the end of the year starting December 4th, nearly two months from now.

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 will feature a total of 250 different races that stretches more than 3,000 kilometers of race track. There are also multiple biomes to race through, including mountainsides, open-plains, city streets, and expansive valleys. You can get an idea of what the game will look like graphically and how the cars will handle with the trailer below.

The races will span championships, missions, and special challenges. You’ll have a decent selection of 51 different vehicles to choose from, each of which can be modified, upgraded, and customized in the garage workshop. This also includes modifying the bumpers, hood, side-skirts, spoilers, tires, and liveries for the cars.

You can check out the full list of supported vehicles below:

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

The game definitely shows promise, and the original Gear.Club Unlimited had a spark of personality as a general racing game for the Switch. With a bit more polish and ingenuity tossed into the racing mechanics and customization, along with a healthy variety of challenging and fun tracks, I could easily see Gear.Club Unlimited 2 attracting some gamers looking for a decent arcade racing sim on the Switch.

You can look for the game to launch on December 4th for Nintendo’s little console that could.


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