Published a test teaser for the racing simulator Test Drive Unlimited Solar CrownJuly 9, 2020
A trailer for a new part of the popular Test Drive Unlimited racing franchise has appeared on the Web – a new game in the series called Solar Crown. Release date unknown.
The Test Drive racing franchise was introduced back in 1987. Over the years, a lot of new things have appeared in the game, and the last part of the franchise was introduced eight years ago. Soon, a new part of Test Drive Unlimited, called Solar Crown, will be unveiled. In a short 25-second commercial that announces the game, high-quality graphics and well-drawn supercars are shown.
However, at the moment there are few details about the new game. Release date is also not reported. The new Test Drive Unlimited game can appear both for Sony and Microsoft game consoles of the current and the next generation – a lot of game creators do so.
As stated on the official Steam game page – “Like previous video games in the Test Drive Unlimited series, TDU Solar Crown will be able to offer players“ realistic driving experience in the open world. ”
It is known that the game will be able to offer an “islet of the open world on a 1: 1 scale,” and gamers will be able to play alone or online with other players.
The French studio KT Racing, which previously created such popular racing simulators as WRC and TT Isle of Man, is responsible for the development of the novelty. Alain Jarniu will lead the development of the game. He previously worked on Test Drive Unlimited, WRC 5, FlatOut4 and others.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a revolutionary racing simulator Project CARS 3 will be presented in the summer. The developers of the new game Project CARS 3 declare that it will be a revolutionary game with incredible physics and excellent gameplay. The press service of the company published a video that shows the game.
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