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And it comes from publisher Microïds and developer Eden Games who were responsible for the V-Rally games and Test Drive Unlimited. Now, you may have noticed the 'Unlimited' in the title. Which is there because Gear.Club was originally an iOS game. As per the teaser after the jump it does look pretty good on Switch, a system that could use a realistic racing game.

Sure, it probably won't compare to the likes of Forza 7 and gran Turismo Sport but neither of those can be played whilst on the go.

Not much else is known about Gear.Club Unlimited other than the description which could apply to just about any racing game.

Gear.Club Unlimited offers players a driving experience behind the wheel of prestigious cars from leading brands. They will have to demonstrate a strong competitive spirit during frantic races to win championships and set the fastest lap times, alone or against their friends! In order to make their cars ever more powerful and aggressive, players can customize them - from body to engine.

Racing: The Game currently has a Q4 2017 release window.

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