Part Two of the 2K Drive Dev Diary Delves into Customization, Controls, Boost System and More

on August 30, 2013 3:28 PM

The developers at Lucid Games discuss 2K Drive, the iOS racing game released earlier this year.

The first feature they delve into is called RaceFace, which lets players take pictures of themselves and use it as the face of the driver. The end result looks as creepy as you’d imagine. The developers also state that they tried to make the controls fit well with the touchpad by making the motions almost as natural as driving motions in real life.

There’s also the boost system, which allows players to improve the speed and mileage of their car. Players can also purchase various upgrades to improve its stats further. The developers advise players to purchase their own car since it can be customized to their liking, allowing them to complete in competitive racing for better prizes. The entire video has been posted below for your viewing pleasure.

 /  Staff Writer
A Reviews Editor at DualShockers who is always looking to improve her writing and delve deeper into the industry. She is shamelessly in love with JRPGs and can easily rack up 100+ hours from level grinding alone. Even though she graduated from Hofstra University with a B.A. in Public Relations, her talent and wisdom (read: blind luck) landed her a job at DualShockers, where she continues to plot her escape by betraying their secrets for power and world domination.