Gamereactor has posted their video interview with producer, Sebastien Lebourcq from Kylotonn, as he provides some additional details for the upcoming TT Isle of Man 2, which is scheduled to release sometime in 2020 for PC and consoles.
We’ve provided some bullet points, but you can watch the full video in the embed below, as I wasn’t able to pick up what he was saying on occasion.
- New bike behavior and physics, producing much more realistic results
- New cameras, including a focus on the new helmet camera
- New special sound effects, for example, things will sound different when the rider moves away from the wind shield, during braking sequences and more, it adds to the immersion
- The track has been laser scanned, bikers actually train for the race with the game
- Career mode has strategy, as you can’t race all of the races. There will be many ways to qualify for the TT
- Many different tracks in career mode, some real, some fictional. In total 15 tracks, some short and some long
- Historical and legendary bikes will be available in career mode, you’ll need to unlock them