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Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown demo now available on PC

You will be able to test more than 16 cars through 27 races in the demo of this highly anticipated racing game

As part of the Steam Next Fest celebration, Nacon's racing simulator Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown will have a demo for PC via Steam until June 17 with no time limit and “carefully curated content” to give players a taste of what the game will offer when it arrives this year.

Many driving fans were desperate for Nacon to reveal the release date of Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown due to constant delays. In fact, it was originally due to arrive in September 2022 on all PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC consoles through Steam and Epic Games Store.

However, Nacon subsequently canceled the game's release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One while the Switch version looks like it won't happen either. Now, they finally announced its final release date for PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC on September 12 of this year.

What to expect from Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown?

According to its developers, Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown is a social and lifestyle experience that redefines open-world racing games. Alone or with friends, explore Hong Kong Island, accurately reproduced at 1:1 scale. Collect exceptional cars in the dealerships, customize them in the workshops and show your style to reach the elite of the competition.

The demo will feature 9 of the 13 available districts, the first 15 progression levels, 16 cars, 22 additional cars available for test drives, 27 races and more.

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