GFI has just announced that the sequel to one of the best off-road racers, Insane 2, will be released today. The game is priced at 39.99 euros and can be purchased right now, exclusively from GamersGate. Insane 2 is over 1.2GB in size and uses Starforce as its DRM, so be warned everyone.
Insane 2, sequel to a well-known game, promises to offer a number of innovations in the off-road racing genre. Besides the traditional time trial mode, the game features 9 other game modes, including the popular “Capture the flag”, “Gate hunt” and “Pathfinder”, as well as some new competitions, such as bonus hunting, territory control and helicopter pursuit. All of these modes are also available in multiplayer, with up to eight players participating simultaneously.
Here are also the game’s official system requirements:
OS: Windows XP (SP2) / Vista (SP1) / Windows 7
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2
RAM: 1 GB RAM (1,5 GB for Vista Windows 7)
Hard Disk: 1,2 GB HDD space,
GPU: GeForce 7900GTX/ATI RADEON X1900 XT or higher
DX: DirectX 9.0c
Soundcard: DirectX-compatible sound card
Various: Keyboard, mouse
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