Shift 2: Unleashed DLC Detailed

Lets face it, cars are getting too technical. All those anti-lock breaks and electric windows really detract from the bond between the racing driver and the car. The late 1960s and early 1970s featured a dramatic range of race cars known for their powerful engines, technical handling capabilities and dramatic car designs. Shift 2: unleashed plans on bringing them all roaring back to life.Racing enthusiasts can experience the intensity of the driver’s battle in some of the ’60’s and ’70’s most iconic cars in the “Legends” content pack pack for Shift 2, due out on the 26th of April. Players can purchase the Legends pack for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE Marketplace or £7.99 on the PlayStation Network.  Not bad for 14 classic cars!

The Legends pack doesn’t stop at cars, it also features five of the world’s most challenging classic race tracks including the historic Rouen-Les-Essarts. Once recognized as one of Europe’s finest circuits.

Breakdown of the “Legends” pack

Cars:

  • Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA (1965)
  • Austin Mini Cooper S (1965)
  • BMW 3.0 CSL Gr. 5 (1975)
  • Ford Capri RS3100 Gr.4 (1974)
  • Ford Escort Mk1 RS1600 (1971)
  • Ford GT40 Mk.I (1965)
  • Ford Lotus Cortina (1963)
  • Jaguar E-Type Lightweight (1963)
  • Nissan Fairlady 240ZG (S30) (1971)
  • Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R (C10) (1972)
  • Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0 (1974)
  • Porsche 914/6 GT (1970)
  • SHELBY COBRA “DAYTONA” COUPE® (1965)
  • Team Need For Speed Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 3.0

Tracks

  • Dijon-Prenois (1972)
  • Hockenheim (1982)
  • Monza (1958)
  • Rouen-Les-Essarts GP (1966)
  • Rouen-Les-Essarts Short (1952)
  • Silverstone (1975)
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