the Test Drive The racing video game franchise made its debut in 1987. Over the years, the game has taken a leap forward in systems, developers and publishers, with the most recent version arriving eight years ago. However, this is about to change with Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown. A short 25-second teaser video announces the new episode of the franchise, showing high-fidelity graphics and brilliant supercars.
However, details about the new game are scarce. A release date is yet to be determined, and the timing of the game announcement is strange. This year, Sony and Microsoft will launch their next generation video game systems, which will offer better graphics and more processing power. New Test Drive Unlimited game could arrive for current and next generation consoles, which some publishers are doing. Or the game could serve as a swan song for racing games on the current generation of consoles like the two largest racing franchises – Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport – prepare for a new generation.
As previous Test Drive Unlimited video games, TDU Solar Crown will offer an “open world driving and lifestyle experience,” according to the game’s official Steam page. “Remember, social status is everything in the world of TDU, “the short descriptor teases. The game will recreate an island in the open world on a” 1: 1 scale “, according to the details of PC Gamerand players will be able to play the game solo or online with others. Solar Crown is the name in the world of racing competition that appeared earlier TDU Games.
According to PC Gamer, The French studio KT Racing develops the game, which is responsible for WRC and TT Isle of Man video games. Alain Jarniou will lead the development of the game. Previously, he worked on Test Drive Unlimited, WRC 5, FlatOut4, and more. There’s still a lot to learn about the game and how it works, but having a new racing video game to choose from is always fun.