Gear.Club Unlimited Update 1.2.0 Adds Championship Mode, External Camera View And New Cars

Gear.Club Unlimited Update Screenshot

Microïds and Eden Games have released a new software update for Gear.Club Unlimited, that, in response to player feedback, has introduced a new Championship mode, an external camera view, Performance Shop improvements and downloadable cars.

There will be two free downloadable content packs that will add the Ford Focus Chess, BMW M2 Sanguine, Lotus Exige S English Racing and Alfa Romeo 4C Italian Pike, with paid downloadable content packs to add more vehicles to the lineup that includes those from two new prestigious car manufacturers: Mazzanti and W Motors.

Gear.Club Unlimited Update Version 1.2.0 Patch Notes

Championship Mode: The New Local Multiplayer Game Mode

In addition to Arcade mode, which already exists as a local multiplayer feature in Gear.Club Unlimited, gamers can now compete against each other in one of the five championships in the new game mode: Endurance, Mountain Roads, Pedal to the Metal, Rally Cup, or The Challenge.

New External Camera View

A third camera has been added to give players a more zoomed-out race view. This camera is available in the campaign and local multiplayer modes.

New Features In The Performance Shop

Possibility of displaying up to 12 cars in the Performance Shop instead of 4.

Addition of a cursor to improve navigation in the Performance Shop.

12 New Downloadable Cars Available

Free Downloadable Content

Limited Edition Cars Pack #1 (26th April 2018): Ford Focus Chess and BMW M2 Sanguine
Limited Edition Cars Pack #2 (10th May 2018): Lotus Exige S English Racing and Alfa Romeo 4C Italian Pike

Paid Downloadable Content

Premium Cars Pack (26th April 2018): Nissan 370Z Nismo and Chevrolet Camaro Fifty
Super Cars Pack (10th May 2018): Pagani Zonda Cinque, W Motors Lykan HyperSport and Mazzanti Evantra
Mclaren 570S GT4 Pack (10th May 2018): McLaren 570 GT4 Black, McLaren 570 GT4 White and McLaren 570 GT4 Orange

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