Second Test Drive: Unlimited 2 DLC Details Revealed

Atari and Eden Games have revealed the content of the second DLC pack for Test Drive: Unlimited 2. According to the developers, this DLC will most probably hit the market in February 2012 and will feature new bikes, 3 new challenges each and every week via the Official Racing Center, 6 Cars, new items and additional enhancements. You can view the entire list after the jump. Enjoy!
Test Drive: Unlimited 2 DLC 2 Content:
Features:Bikes are in place! Run to the bike dealer to buy an Harley Davidson or a Ducati. With the release of bikes, 16 new multiplayer challenges reserved for bikes were added.

3 Bikes
• Ducati Desmosedici RR (mA1)
• Ducati Diavel Carbon (mA1)
• Harley Davidson Fatboy Lo (mA2)

The Official Racing Center (O.R.C.) is available and gives you access to 3 new challenges every week.

New Spots:
• 1 new Bike Dealer
• Update The Community Racing Center (C.R.C.) spot
• Clothes Shop for Brands

6 Cars
• Corvette ZR1
• F599XX
• Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR
• Ferrari 250 GTO
• Ferrari F40
• Mercedes-Benz SL65 AMG Black Series

Items:

New sets of Clothes
• Fashion
• High Life
• StreetsWear
• Sportswear
• Atari
• Privilege
• Pacha

14 Sets of Furniture
• Pop-balls
• Videogames
• Barroco
• Tetramino
• Carmania
• Yacht
• Etnik
• Vintage
• Tortilla
• Ossikle
• Waive
• Travel
• Origami
• Flower Power

Enhancements:

Additional Enhancements
• Player could change vehicles position in house/garage
• Map: Instant Island change
• Headlight Control
• Session management
• Tuning update
• Force Feedback – Enhanced Force Feedback Management
• Support Thrustmaster Wheels
• Support D-Box Device

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