Test Drive Unlimited 2 Motorcycle Save Game !FULL!
in the game, players have a number of different cars to choose from, including sedans, sports cars, trucks, and a number of motorcycle models, as well as an off road buggy. all of the cars have been designed to take advantage of the in-game physics engine. one of the most obvious changes from the previous game is the requirement for players to purchase for real money, in-game vehicles for use in the races. these vehicles include a range of classic cars and sports cars, and can be purchased with either in-game 'tokens', which can be purchased in packs with real money, or with credit cards. tokens are earned from playing the game, and are the only way of purchasing car parts. the game also features a micro-transaction based system for purchasing upgrades, which can be used to improve the vehicles performance and appearance. the upgrade system has been expanded to include the previously available vehicles, and can be used to alter all the cars in the game. an example is a car that will be given a new paint job when the player purchases a new paint job for the car. this can be used to alter the appearance of a car outside of the in-game workshop. this upgrade system was criticized by reviewers for being inconsistent, as some cars have upgrades available in the workshop, but others do not. many of the in-game upgrades are cosmetic, such as different paint jobs. some of the upgrades cost money to purchase, and some allow players to gain access to exclusive content.