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Test Drive Unlimited 2

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Title Screen

Test Drive Unlimited 2

Developer: Eden Games
Publishers: Atari, SA, CyberFront (JP)
Platforms: Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Released in JP: June 30, 2011
Released in US: February 8, 2011
Released in EU: February 11, 2011
Released in AU: February 10, 2011

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Driving, racing, and casino games: a description of Test Drive Unlimited 2 in five words.

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Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
Prototype Info
Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info
Casino DLC
The casino, where you can blow off all your money, or make some.

Development/Debug Button Placeholder

TDU2-Debug Face.png

A strange picture of a face that is used for buttons in debug/development menus.

(Source: uTestDrive)

TDU2 unused logo.png

An early version of the logo found in the game's files.

Early UI


There is an unknown file in the game, which is called "avatar.bnk". When avatar.bnk is loaded into the game, then it shows an "Avatar Creation" menu. In this video, the person is showing the working parts of the menu. There is a "Adidas" and "Diesel" logo but only Adidas is used in the menu. The same .bnk file can be found in the game "Test Drive Unlimited 1". This means it was used to test Avatar creation in both games.

(Source: uTestDrive)

Platform Differences

The PlayStation 3 and Windows versions include the Ferrari 458 Italia, an A2 class supercar found in the upper floor of the Ferrari dealership. However, due to a then-exclusive licensing agreement for the car to be exclusive to the Forza series for that platform (being only found in Forza Motorsport 3 as part of the Hot Holidays Car Pack), the car was not included in the Xbox 360 version, instead the aforementioned version has the Spyker C8 Aileron coupe as an exclusive car.

Filename Oddities

The music file used for the used car dealerships is, strangely enough, named stolencardealer.wav.