Gear.Club Unlimited 2 ‘Performance Shop’ trailer

Upgrade and customize your vehicles.

Gear.Club Unlimited 2

Publisher Microids and developer Eden Games have released the a new trailer for Gear.Club Unlimited 2 introducing the “Performance Shop.”

Here is an overview of the trailer, via Microids:

This new trailer introduces players to the Performance Shop’s new features. The garage can be fully personalized and used by players to upgrade and customize their vehicles.

Decisions made in the Performance Shop affect the behavior 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 vehicle aerodynamics.
  • Tires Workshop: Change brakes and tires to improve grip.
  • Graphic Workshop: Change colors and apply stickers to cars to make them unique.
  • Cosmetic Workshop: Customize cars, from the hood to the spoiler.
  • Rally Workshop: Modify cars to compete on sand tracks in rally mode.

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 is due out for Switch on December 4.

Watch the trailer below.

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