- Number of Players
- Racing, Simulation
- Release Date
- 4th Dec 2018, $59.99
- 4th Dec 2018, £54.99
- Gear Club Unlimited
Review Gear.Club Unlimited 2 - Sluggish Controls Force This Real-World Racer Off The Track
Back of the grid
Last year’s Gear.Club Unlimited was a decent attempt at bringing a ‘serious’ racing game to the Switch. Based on a mobile game, the ‘Unlimited’ part of the title referred to the scrapping of microtransactions and all the other nonsense you got when playing it on your phone. Although Gear.Club Unlimited was a good start, it...
About The Game
With the pedal to the metal, race along more than 1800 miles of races!
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.
As you progress through the races, admire the growing collection of cars in your personal garage. Gear.Club Unlimited 2 has more than 50 licensed cars from the world’s most famous manufacturers, such as the Porsche 718 Boxster, 918 Spyder, 911 GT2RS, Dodge Viper, Lotus 3-Eleven or McLaren 720s.
Personalize them and make them unique! You can change their appearance with the paint and bodywork, or change their driving performance with engine tuning.
You would be nothing, however, without your Club! Create and manage it with your friends, recruit the best drivers and take on rival clubs from all over the world, reach the top of the podium and enjoy exclusive content reserved for the best players.
No more borders. Drive with freedom!
- A huge playing area that includes more than 250 races, located in four rich and diverse environments.
- Players begin with 51 famous racing cars made by some of the finest manufacturers in the world, including Porsche, Lotus, McLaren, Koenigsegg and Bugatti.
- In the story mode, save the family team from bankruptcy by taking on charismatic riders of all nationalities.
- Players can create and manage their Club and recruit the best drivers that cross their path. They are free to challenge rival clubs from around the world to see their crew’s name appear at the top of the leaderboard.
- Players can manage and personalize their garage, as well as their racing cars, which can be visually customized and performance-tuned!
- Play alone or with friends: the game features a local multiplayer mode with a four-way split screen.
Still totally lost with the low score this got from NL.
It plays well and the graphics are absolutely fine - the cars look solid.
There are some glitches but the handling is really good and responsive. Plenty of different areas to play and a good learning curve.
Without a doubt this game should have been rated at least a 7 not a 4.
Now the price has come down of you enjoy racing games this is a perfect addition on the Switch.
correct. I think 9. at least 7.
but i LOVE TDU1 more.
oaf map plz.
This game had potential. I’ve played about 6 hours of this game. I try to pick it up quite a few times even though it’s the most frustrating game I have. Crashing, the frame rate?? A joke. Trying to use tilt controls because the stick just isn’t a thing on this game considering the game isn’t smooth enough to really have control after 140. Either the tires stick too much if you just slide. I’ve tried over and over again to play this game because I love the idea of it but it’s not worth the money. Im so glad I got it on a massive sale because that’s all I would think this game is worth.
A sensitivity option In the game would definitely make it a lot better and solve a lot of the issues. The driveabilities in this game / physics are not it. Especially when all the AI do is ram you from behind. The amount of rewinds i have to use pisses me off. It’s the only game I’ve ever needed those because control is no where to be found. Needs a lot of work before this is considered a good racing game for the switch. Sad to delete.
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