2K Drive headed to iOS this fall from former Blur and Project Gotham devs

2K Drive, a racing simulator from former Blur and Project Gotham Racing developers at Lucid Games, is headed to iOS devices this fall, the developer and publisher 2K announced jointly today.

2K Drive will feature a mix of licensed cars from Dodge, Fiat, Ford, GM, Icon, Local Motors, Mazda, McLaren, Nissan and So-Cal, as well as original cars. Players will be able to race through "iconic locations" around the world in single and multiplayer. Other modes include track racing, drag racing, off-road racing and more than 20 mini games.

The "RaceFace" feature will allow players "put themselves behind the wheel" of their cars. It will also allow players to see their friends behind their own wheels in 2K Drive's asynchronous multiplayer mode.

The app's cover page is designed to deliver real world racing news, and players will be able to like and share content from publications like AutoBlog, Car & Driver, Road & Track, Between The White Lines and more.

Lucid Games began teasing its next project in May on Facebook, and a version of 2K Drive was spotted in June in the Dutch App Store. According to the publisher and developer, 2K Drive will launch this fall as a "premium iOS title." You can check out a handful of screenshots from 2K Drive above.

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