Test Drive 2 Unlimited goes gold

Get ready to take a high-speed tour of the beautiful Mediterranean island of Ibiza when Eden Games’ and Atari’s upcoming Test Drive Unlimited 2, which has gone gold, releases for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC on February 11.

Test Drive Unlimited 2 continues Test Drive Unlimited’s legacy as one of the rare massively multiplayer online racers, with an online world filled with racers ready to accept challenges and participate in large-scale events. Some of the other popular mechanics from Test Drive Unlimited, such as driving models around the island and delivering rare cars to dealerships are also present in the sequel.

New additions to Test Drive Unlimited 2 include a rich stable of vehicles, weather affects, day/night cycles and a narrative/based single-player mode.

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