Gear.Club Unlimited 2 - Tracks Edition unveils itself with new screenshots!

The game will be released on August the 27th in Europe.

Microids and Eden Games unveils today some brand new screenshots for their next racing installment Gear.Club Unlimited 2 – Tracks Edition, available on August 27th in Europe, on Nintendo Switch.

Discover the beautiful Ford GT40 MK1 Gulf and the impressive Porsche 919 Hybrid battling for pole position! Lay your eyes on the first shots of the legendary circuit of Le Mans, especially the pit stop area where some exciting action will take place in this version of the game.

Thanks to the partnership with the ACO (Automobile Club de l’Ouest), Gear.Club Unlimited 2 – Tracks Edition will feature the renowned track from the mythical 24 hours of Le Mans event.

The game will support subtitles in English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, German, Russian, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese and traditional Chinese.

All previously released Gear.Club Unlimited 2 content including the following DLCs: Packs Arrows, Checker, Hazard and Wings

The DLCs Gear.Club Classics and Ace of the Road

A brand new campaign

5 new tracks, including the famous 24 Hours of Le Mans circuit

5 new cars built for motorsport and 13 cars prepared for the «Endurance Championship» campaign

A new time attack mode. Challenge the fastest racers in the world and get your name on the leader board! Every combination track/car will have its very own leader board.

If your looking to jump in early we've got Gear Club Unlimited 2 Porsche Edition in stock now !!


All content from GCU2 + All DLCs (Cars + Stickers)

New Challenge: Porsche Cars Legend Event - Compete in ‘Car Legend Championship’ against your rivals to unlock exclusive Porsche cars. Climb the ladder and impress the Porsche’s manufacturer to unlock: BlackBird, 718 Type 982 Cayman GT4 and 911 type 992. When unlocked, each car can be driven in Solo and Multiplayer GCU2 game modes

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