Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown Gets A Limited Time Demo On PC

Care for a test drive? Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown has a limited-time demo available on PC as part of Steam Next Fest.

The demo is available to download on the game’s Steam page here until June 17.

The demo has the following amount of content:

  • 9/14 Districts to drive in
  • 15 Solar Crown progression levels
  • 10 Clan progression levels
  • 7 Car Dealers
  • 27 Races
  • 25 Quests
  • 16 Cars purchasable
  • 11 Cars available for a test drive
  • 18 Car upgrades

And here’s the car selection available in the Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown demo:

  • Available For Purchase
    • Daily Drivers
      • Starter Cars
        • Ford Mustang GT
        • Nissan 370Z
        • Alpine A110 Legende
      • Mercedes SLK 56 AMG
      • Ford Mustang 390 Fastback
      • Citroen 2CV
      • Volkswagen Beetle 1300S
      • Audi TT RS Coupe
      • Alfa Romeo Mito Quafrifoglio Verde
      • Abarth 500
      • Lancai Delta HF Intregale
    • Cross Country
      • Mercedes G65 Final Edition
      • Ford F-150
      • Audi Q7 V12
      • Buggy
      • Porsche Cayenne Turbo
  • Test Drive Only
    • Grand Tourer
      • Aston Martin DB11
      • Porsche Taycan Turbo S
      • Jaguar E-Type
      • BMW M4 Competition
    • Supercars
      • Ferrari 812 Superfast
      • Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1
      • Nissan GTR
      • Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe
      • Alfa Romeo 4C Spider
    • Hypercars
      • Porsche 918 Spyder
      • Koenigsegg Agera RS

The car list lacks newer, recently released cars but given the amount of detail we can expect to see in these cars, the selection is not that bad. And it looks like TDUSC is also adhering to the unspoken rule of having the three starter car choices are from the US, Europe and Japan, just like how the Pokemon games always let you pick a Fire-Type, Water-Type or Grass-Type Pokemon as your starter.

Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown will be the first Test Drive game developed under publisher Nacon and developer KT Racing. The game is set to follow the template of the previous two Test Drive Unlimited games developed by Eden Games as Solar Crown is set on a 1:1 recreation of an island, this time it’s Hong Kong Island.

The Test Drive Unlimited series established many of the features we see in open world racing games today, but its certain je ne sais quois, the ability to browse cars in a car showroom and drive a car as a law-abiding citizen, should set it apart from the competition.

Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown releases on September 12 for the PS5, PC (Steam, Epic Games Store) and Xbox Series X|S.

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