With Forza Motorsport 7 primed to release on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC’s later this year, and Gran Turismo Sport following on PlayStation 4 soon afterward, competing hybrid platform, Nintendo Switch has found itself without a car sim to call its own. Fortunately, that will soon change, as publisher, Microids and developer, Eden Games will be bringing hit mobile racer, Gear.Club to Nintendo Switch later this year, as ‘Gear.Club Unlimited‘. The game will be sold both physically at retail, and digitally via the Switch eShop.

Gear.Club Unlimited will feature sixteen playable vehicles, from real-world car brands such as Chevrolet, Bugatti and Dodge. The game promises a realistic car simulation experience through breathtaking environments, and while its package may seem conservative compared to the likes of Forza and Gran Turismo, Gear.Club Unlimited will nonetheless compensate with its portability, lower price point and ease of play. The original iOS and Android build of Gear.Club was free-to-play with a microtransaction-based economy, though the Nintendo Switch version will of course command a price tag, and presumably be re-balanced for a console, possibly ditching the microtransactions from the original mobile release.

Keep racing to Eggplante for all major news and updates on Gear.Club Unlimited.

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Brent Botsford has reviewed video games and movies for the better part of a decade, and has recently expanded to television. His early love affair with Nintendo shaped his mind into a knowledge base of anything to do with his preferred forms of media. Brent also runs a reasonably entertaining Twitch channel as 'sixth-handsomest gamer on the internet', VenusZen, where he flexes his personality as an acceptable conversationalist, amateur comedian and above-average ladies' man.

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