Final summer season, developer KT Video games as Nacon announced Take a look at Drive Limitless Photo voltaic Crown, the third entry within the long-dormant racing collection. In case you’ve forgotten all about it, or if that is your first time listening to in regards to the collection’ revival, a brand new cinematic trailer helps set the temper for the sport whereas additionally promising once we’ll study extra about it.
The quick however flashy video reveals some high-stakes playing that escalates to a head-to-head race. Because the title suggests, the sport alerts the return of Photo voltaic Crown worldwide racing championship from Take a look at Drive Limitless 2’s story. We nonetheless don’t know a lot in regards to the title apart from its description saying it can characteristic, based on its press launch, “dream vehicles, customization, avatars, competitors, open world, on line casino and magnificence.” We do know that we’ll study extra info someday this July. Within the meantime, take a look at the slick trailer under.
The primary Take a look at Drive Limitless launched in 2007 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC and was noteworthy for its free-roam method to racing (not not like the Forza Horizon collection) and near-accurate recreation of the Hawaiian island, Oahu. It was adopted by Take a look at Drive Limitless 2 in 2011 which added the Spanish island Ibiza alongside Oahu in addition to a extra fleshed out narrative. We loved the sequel fairly a bit on the time, scoring it an 8.5 out of 10 in our evaluation, which you’ll learn here.
We nonetheless haven’t got a launch window for Take a look at Drive Limitless Photo voltaic Crown, but it surely’s slated for PlayStation 5, Xbox Sequence X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Swap, and PC.
Are you excited to see the return of Take a look at Drive Limitless after over a decade? What new options do you hope to see and what parts would you wish to see make a comeback? Tell us what you assume within the feedback! Within the meantime, take a look at this characteristic article by former GI editor Matthew Kato on why Take a look at Drive Limitless 2 is a cult classic.