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Gear.Club Unlimited is a mobile port to the Nintendo Switch that looks surprisingly positive. Here’s what you’ll get to drive.



Gear.Club Unlimited Nintendo Switch

Gear.Club Unlimited is a mobile port to the Nintendo Switch that looks surprisingly positive. Here’s what you’ll get to drive.

You wouldn’t go as far as saying the Nintendo Switch doesn’t have any great racing games – there’s anti-gravity fun with Fast RMX and of course, the mighty Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – but it doesn’t really have a serious racer to call its own.

Xbox has the belting Forza series, while PS4 has a new Gran Turismo on the way. Meanwhile Project Cars and its sequel are the multi-platform standard bearer, but you’ll not see that on the Nintendo Switch.


The best the Switch has to offer, then, could be the upcoming Gear.Club Unlimited. Yes, it’s a mobile port, but it’s a surprisingly high-end affair, and will come with a wealth of licensed (and very pretty) real-world cars.

Which ones, you ask? All of these:

  • AC 378 GT Z
  • Acura (Honda) NSX 2016
  • Alfa Romeo 4C
  • Alfa Romeo 8C Competizione
  • Bentley Continental GT V8 S
  • BMW M2 Coupe
  • BMW M4 Coupe
  • BMW M6 Coupe
  • BMW Z4 Roadster
  • Bugatti Veyron GrandSport
  • Chevrolet Camaro 1LS
  • Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
  • Dodge Challenger RT/Scat Pack
  • Ford Mustang GT 2015
  • Ford Focus RS 2016
  • Jaguar F-Type R AWD
  • Lotus Elise 220 Cup
  • Lotus Exige S
  • Lotus Evora 400
  • McLaren 12C
  • McLaren 570S
  • McLaren 675LT
  • McLaren P1
  • Mercedes-AMG C63 S
  • Mercedes-AMG GT S
  • Mercedes-AMG SLS Black Series
  • Nissan 370Z
  • Nissan GTR
  • Nissan GTR Nismo
  • Pagani Huayra Roadster
  • Ruf CTR 3
  • Ruf RT12 R

Gear.Club Unlimited launches on Nintendo Switch on December 1st, 2017. It’s rated E for Everyone/PEGI-3, in spite of something called a ‘Scat Pack’ attached to a Dodge Challenger is.

We don’t know what one of those is, but we’re pretty sure we don’t want to find out.

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