Drive Unlimited Solar Crown test: a well-styled cinematic and a date


Drive Unlimited Solar Crown test: a well-styled cinematic and a date

Announced during the July 2020 Nacon Connect as a massively multiplayer racing gameTest Drive Unlimited Solar Crown will open the next chapter of the series by July 2021, a year later. As a reminder, this succeeds Test Drive Unlimited 2 released in 2011 on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360, itself following the Drive Unlimited review from 2006-2007 on PC, PS2, Xbox 360 and PSP.

Developed by the Kylotonn studio (KT Racing Studio) and published by Nacon (BigBen), it will send us to an island where of course we are waiting beautiful luxury cars. There cinematic trailer put online by the publisher also largely highlights its little gems and the love that their wealthy owners have for them.

We can see that the title will also be released on consoles PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One and Switch in addition to the PC (Epic Games Store, Steam) previously announced. As for the date of July 2021, it should a priori be the launch of the first of many chapters planned of this game open world where bling bling is required.

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