Lucid Games, one of the studios composed of former Bizarre Creations staff, is making an iOS racing title. 2K Drive is due out this fall in North America, consisting of a wide variety of racing styles.
The trailer (via All Games Beta) shows off racing across standard tracks, drag, and an off-road dirt track. Meanwhile, IGN reports that Lucid is going for authenticity, including 25 licensed cars and letting you browse articles from real-life racing magazines.
2K Drive first popped up in June when it appeared on the App Store in the Netherlands, likely as a test market. A North American release date hasn't been set, but attendees of PAX Prime can give it a spin at the 2K booth.
Steve Watts posted a new article, 2K Drive races to iOS from former Bizarre Creations staff.
2K Drive, an iOS sim racer from Lucid Games, is coming to North America this fall.
Waiting for Android port.
No dorifto? But I do notice the R32 Skyline GT-R in the YouTube thumbnail.