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Microids previously confirmed that Gear.Club Unlimited will be sold physically. But in the United States at least, its distribution will be limited to one retailer. GameStop added a page to its site today, claiming that it will be selling Gear.Club Unlimited exclusively.

We do also know that Gear.Club Unlimited will be offered on the eShop like all physical titles. We’ve also not heard about any exclusivity in Europe.

Microids and Eden Games have announced the full lineup of cars that will make up the Gear.Club Unlimited vehicle roster. These are the supercars you’ll be able to drive in addition to the ones previously revealed.

The entire listing is as follows:

The first Syberia is coming to Switch on October 20, Microids announced today. That date applies to both North America and Europe.

Here’s an overview of Syberia:

Kate Walker, a young New York lawyer, is dispatched to deal with the sale of a former automaton factory hidden in the French Alps. She never thought that this task, as simple as it seemed, would change her life forever. She quickly embarked on a journey into the confines of Eastern Europe, accompanied by a very peculiar automaton named Oscar. Together they discover incredible places, filled with colorful characters, before meeting Hans Voralberg: the genius inventor, following the trails of the last mammoths found on the mythical island of Syberia, which also happens to be the last piece of the puzzle to conclude the sale and the mission of Kate.

In today’s announcement, Microids highlighted how Switch will allow players to experience Syberia in their living room thanks to TV mode or on the move in portable mode.

Source: Microids PR

Gear.Club Unlimited will be available for Switch on December 1, Microids and Eden Games announced today.

Microids promises “an authentic racing car universe” for Switch owners with with Gear.Club Unlimited. You’ll be able to “approach the most incredible rides currently on the market, vibrate to the sound of high power engines to live a driving experience second to none in the most beautiful cars in the world.”

Microids also confirmed the first sixteen super cars included in Gear.Club Unlimited. They are as follows:

Gear.Club Unlimited

IGN has the first gameplay trailer for the Switch-bound racer Gear.Club Unlimited. Check it out below.

Syberia’s eShop listing has been updated with a new Switch-specific trailer for the game. We’ve gone ahead and posted it below.

The first entry in the Syberia franchise may have a Switch release date. Nintendo just added in a listing on the eShop today, showing that the game will be out on October 3.

Of course, there’s a chance that the date won’t stick. Nintendo has a habit of putting up eShop listings early, and some of the dates have been inaccurate. But if Syberia is coming out in Europe on October 3, we expect it to be available in North America around the same time.

Here’s an overview of Syberia from the eShop page:

Microïds today published a new trailer for Gear.Club Unlimited, its racer lined up for Switch. The video reconfirms a launch window of Q4 2017.

Microïds says Gear.Club Unlimited is “a genuinely realistic racing experience where you take the most incredible cars through breath-taking environments. Show your competitive spirit, on your own or with your friends, in different leagues and in frenzied races, and become a true driver by achieving the best times in the different available racing categories.”

Gear.Club Unlimited is one of many Switch games Microïds is planning. The others include Blacksad, Syberia, Syberia 2, Syberia 3, and Flashback – Remastered Edition.

Microids is gearing up for some heavy support on Switch. The publisher announced several games for the platform today, including Gear.Club, Blacksad, the Syberia series, and Flashback – Remastered Edition. Syberia 3 for Switch was previously known, but the first two games are also coming.

These games will begin to release starting in Q3 this year all the way up through Q4 2018. Details and release windows for each game can be found below.

The folks over at GameReactor have shared some extensive footage from Switch’s upcoming game Syberia 3. With the video below, you can see two hours of footage.

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