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Gear.Club Unlimited

The Gear.Club Unlimited franchise has sold over one million copies on Switch, Microids and Eden Games has announced.

Gear.Club Unlimited first launched in 2017. A sequel, Gear.Club Unlimited 2, followed in 2018. Both are Switch exclusives.

Microids CEO Stéphane Longeard said of the milestone:

Gear.Club Unlimited

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:

Microids published another making of video for Gear.Club Unlimited this week. In the latest entry, Eden Games talks about the tracks and environments in the game. View the video below.

When Gear.Club Unlimited first made it to Switch, Microids was originally selling it as a GameStop exclusive. Just a few weeks later though, it will become more available at more retailers.

Amazon is one outlet that plans to sell Gear.Club Unlimited very soon, for example. If you’d like to order it, you can do so here. It should be available at the end of the month.

Microids is giving Gear.Club Unlimited fans into the game’s creation with new making of videos. Below, you’ll get some insight into car modeling and the performance shop.

Eden Games and Microids aren’t done with Gear.Club Unlimited. After launching the game yesterday, the game will continue to receive support.

The first true update we can look forward to is in January. Microids has said that players can anticipate the following:

– Addition of a Championship mode to local multiplayer
– Improvement of car selection’s screen (especially in local multiplayer)
– Performance shop: players will be able to have 10 cars in their performance shop instead of 4
– Addition of a new rear-view camera
– Navigation on performance shop improved

Source: Microids PR

Microids and Eden Games brought Gear.Club Unlimited to Switch today. If you’ve purchased the game, you should be aware of a day-one update.

The patch has the addition of the pre-order DLC 370Z Nismo and Camaro 50th anniversary. Some minor bug fixes have also been implemented. Finally, at the end of the race during replay, the wheel doesn’t turn anymore.

Ahead of tomorrow’s release, Microids has published the official launch trailer for Gear.Club Unlimited. Watch it below.

New direct-feed gameplay is in for Gear.Club Unlimited, the new racer coming to Switch next week. Have a look at 15 minutes of footage below.

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