Video game publisher 2K and studio Lucid Games, a company formed by past developers of console games such as Blur and Project Gotham Racing, have announced "2K Drive", a new racing title for iOS devices. The game will offer a mix of licensed cars from manufacturers such as Dodge, Ford, and Nissan, in addition to original cars, and will include as tracks locations from around the world.

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2K Drive will also include a multiplayer component that includes race variations and mini-games, and will also feature “RaceFace”, which will allow players to model their faces onto characters within the game. Real life racing news will also be available from within menus, with publications such as AutoBlog and Car & Driver being available.


Previously, Lucid Games teased the project in May on Facebook. 2K Drive is set to be released in the fall as a “premium iOS title”.

Top Rated Comments

Vanilla35 Avatar
138 months ago
This game looks like crap compared to other racing games...
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Reno Richter Avatar
138 months ago
Any game that competes with RR2 (OMP) and RR3 (TSM) is good for the market place. FM-EA has totally screwed up RR3 with their latest release (1.2). Hopefully the competition will force both developers to give the users more bang for their IAP's.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iLilana Avatar
138 months ago
why do driving games look

why do driving games look so good but actual RPGs and other genre's look so crappy?
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
viperGTS Avatar
138 months ago
To be shown alongside the iPhone 5S with it's amazing new processor and graphics capabilities?
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
egoistaxx9 Avatar
138 months ago
hmmm... great, but i also wanna see the need for speed: rivals on iOS, it'd be pretty awesome, i'm also really excited about the upcoming asphalt 8
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Compile 'em all Avatar
138 months ago
Looks kinda meh.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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