Test Drive Unlimited studio soft launched Gear.Club in Canada
Free to drive
Eden Games created the popular driving simulation Test Drive Unlimited on consoles and PC. TDU as it became known was a racer in which you had a lot of freedom.
The press and players quite liked the game but due to some difficulties, Eden Games decided to focus on mobile games.
Enters Gear.Club, the latest in a string of driving simulation on iOS. It looks a lot like Gameloft's GT Racing 2 and whether or not that's a good thing will depend entirely on what you search for in your racing experience.
Here's what it looks like in motion:
You may have heard of Gear.Club before but under a different name. See, it was called GT Spirit when it released on Apple TV late last year.
It's now available in Canada for iPad and iPhones following this link. If you need help creating an account in other regions, check this handy guide that you can apply to any game.