Well today the BIG patch from Atari/Eden came out fixing a lot of the crippling bugs that have hurt the game since launch for all systems.
One of the things that are back on-line, are the Clubs. As of today I formed the Saving Content Club. Currently, our club has an 8-player limit and at least 2 members will be Staff. We are open to Recruit up to 4 people who play TDU2 on Xbox 360 and want to race with us. It’ll take $5,000,000 in-game money between all in the club to upgrade it to the next level, a 16-player club. So find me, gamertag: Hawk xSx or the club as mentioned before to apply. If we have anyone that creates a Club on PS3 or PC, we will let you know so if you have it on that platform, you can join it there.
There are two things about driving a Supercar that get me going: wanting to drive that amazing and expensive piece of technology, and wanting to drive that car fast on a nice scenic route— driving wherever the wind takes you. Games likes Forza Motorsport and Gran Turismo don’t completely satisfy that hunger because they make you race in closed circuits and in professionally organized racing tournaments; they don’t have imagination, and don’t give you the feeling of “living the life”. The first Test Drive Unlimited did fit this description. It let you feel like you were free to do whatever you wanted, and that feeling made it one of my favourite Racing games of this generation.