Nintendo Switch’s Gear.Club Unlimited Release Date Brought Forward with New Gameplay Trailer
Gear.Club Unlimited will be available for download from the Nintendo eShop and exclusively at Gamestop in its boxed version on November 21
Microïds and Eden Games announced today that Gear.Club Unlimited will be released on November 21 for download from the US Nintendo eShop and as a temporary exclusive at Gamestop in its boxed version, only in the United States and Canada. To celebrate this news, players can discover new features in the enclosed trailer of the first racing simulation game accessible to everyone on Nintendo Switch!
More information about the features presented in the trailer:
1.The performance shop:
The Performance Shop is a fully personalized garage where players can customize and improve their vehicles! It can be fully furnished by the players, who will choose their workshop locations, showcase their cars and can even choose the color of the floors and walls!
7 workshops are available to improve and personalize vehicles:
- Mechanical workshop: modification of the engine and the gearbox
- Tires workshop: to change tires and brakes
- Body workshop: make the car lighter
- Wind tunnel: improved aerodynamics
- Rally workshop: transformation of cars to adapt them for the off-road competition in rally mode
- Paint workshop: paint rims, bodywork and brake discs
- Cosmetic workshop: customization of the hood, bumpers, side skirts and to add fins to your cars
2. Split-screen Multiplayer Mode
With the Nintendo Switch’s multiplayer features, players will race and compete with up to 4 cars on the same console split-screen mode on their TV set or Nintendo Switch TV or tablet. They will be able to drive the 32 cars available in the game as well as the models they will have customized in campaign mode.
Gear.Club Unlimited is developed by Eden Games and published by Microïds, it will be available on November 21 on American Nintendo eshop and as a temporary exclusive at Gamestop in its boxed version. The game will be released on December 1st in Europe (physical and digital versions) and on December 14 in Japan. The game is rated E for Everyone.