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Wednesday, March 07, 2007
Test Drive Unlimited Goes Gold On PC And PS2 System


Test Drive Unlimited for Windows and PlayStation2 system will ship to retail outlets nationwide starting on March 20. Atari will offer consumers Test Drive Unlimited for Windows two weeks early via digital download on Atari.com beginning March 6.

Following the release of Test Drive Unlimited for Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft in September 2006, the title has won a host of awards and attracted a loyal fan-base to become the new benchmark for next-generation driving titles. "The three versions scheduled for release this Spring are equally as impressive in terms of presentation, technical achievement and gameplay," said Stephen Baer, Senior Product Manager, Atari, Inc., "Each gives players the chance to race some of the world's most desirable cars on the wide open tropical roads of Hawaii."


TDU features great visuals

Test Drive Unlimited for PC features 90 incredible cars and bikes from some of the world's most desirable brands including Ferrari, Maserati, Ducati, and many more. Requiring no monthly subscription to play, the game takes advantage of cutting-edge PC hardware, allowing it to be played in extremely high resolution that take Test Drive Unlimited's visuals to a new level. Enhancements include TrackIR support, improved effects, steering wheel support and simplified matchmaking.

Exclusive to the PlayStation 2 system and PSP system versions are the "Quick Race" instant-play mode and "Master Points", which can be earned through successful drifting and air time.


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