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Microids has published a launch trailer for Gear.Club Unlimited 2. Have a look at the new video below.

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 launches for Switch tomorrow – December 4.

Nintendo World Report has posted extensive gameplay from Gear.Club Unlimited 2. Get a look at 12 minutes of footage from the racer below.

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 has been playable at Paris Games Weekend, and some off-screen footage has popped up showing the game in action. Check out the video below.

Microids and Eden Games shared the latest trailer for Gear.Club Unlimited 2 today that gives a look at the Performance Shop’s new features. Watch it below.

Microids and Eden Games announced this week that Gear.Club Unlimited 2 is launching worldwide on December 4. Get a look at the official boxart above.

Microids and Eden Games shared new details on Gear.Club Unlimited 2. Undoubtedly the highlight is the game’s release date, set for December 4 worldwide.

Microids says Gear.Club Unlimited 2 “will offer players a vast area to explore with more than 3000 km of races. On the mountainside, through a nature park, in the middle of the desert or along the coast, they will discover 250 races, including championships, missions and challenges.”

Microids and Eden Games delivered a surprise announcement of Gear.Club Unlimited 2 this week. Unlike last year’s game, the sequel has been built from the ground up for Switch and will release exclusively on Nintendo’s console.

We have a few screenshots showing off Gear.Club Unlimited 2 for the first time. Hit up the gallery below for a few different images.

Last year, Microids and Eden Games brought Gear.Club Unlimited to Switch. The two sides are teaming up once again on a sequel, Gear.Club Unlimited 2.

Here’s what we know thus far:

Before Gear.Club Unlimited shipped last year, Eden Games promised free updates for its racer. We’ll begin to see that starting tomorrow.

Eden Games, along with its publisher Microids, have revealed a free update for Gear.Club Unlimited. The patch will include a new local multiplayer game mode, two free DLC packs, and other features.

It was just a couple of months ago that Gear.Club Unlimited made its way to Switch. Recently, we spoke with developer Eden Games to learn more about the process of bringing the racer to Nintendo’s console.

As for why Gear.Club Unlimited made sense on Switch in the first place, Eden Games explained: