Lucid Games and 2K pushing licensed cars and real locations.
'2K Drive' is the latest game to bear the "2K" moniker, and it may also be one of the more intriguing. The game has been developed by Lucid Games, a developer that formed from the remnants of 'Bizarre Creations.' most known for 'Project Gotham Racing' series. The game's feature list of licensed cars, real locations, unique driving events, and online play read like any top-tier racing game, but '2K Drive' is not for the consoles and not for the PC.
'2K Drive' is a game for iOS, for the iPhone 4 and up or an iPad 2 and up.
From Lucid Games, "Buckle-up and get ready for the most immersive automotive experience to ever hit your iPad and iPhone."
"2K Drive provides you with a variety of experiences to test your driving skills – including licensed cars, real locations and dozens of exciting challenges in an authentic world rooted in motoring culture. Expert driving will earn you stars and coins to purchase boosts, upgrades, new cars and more!
"2K Drive lets you compete online with your friends and the world, to earn the best scores, bragging rights, and rewards ahead of your rivals. Live news feeds deliver the world of automotive culture right to you, so when you’re not driving, you can read, watch videos or view photo galleries – and if you see something you really like, share it with friends. With daily challenges, more cars, tracks, and news added regularly, 2K Drive offers more content than any other driving game on your iPad or iPhone. Don’t dream it, drive it!"
'2K Drive' is out now and available from the iTunes store for $7.
Source: Lucid Games
Author: Brian Hoss