Bigben and KT Racing have announced the sequel to the official game of Isle of Man’s iconic Tourist Trophy motorcycle race TT Isle of Man 2 is coming out in 2020. Along with the reveal announcement, the developers have also shared some images from the game to celebrate the reveal however we do not have any sort of trailer about the game at this point.
TT Isle of Man 2 is being developed by KT Racing which is a development studio which specializes in racing games and they are also the creators of the first TT Isle of Man game. KT Racing also has racing games on the WRC franchise as well so we can say that the game is in safe hands and the developer is going to deliver a solid sequel to the first game.
The sequel will come with a recreation of the Snaefell Mountain course with even more accuracy than the first game and it will offer a vastly improved gameplay experience which will ensure that players fully experience the extreme thrill of this iconic and dangerous high-speed track. More details about the game will be share in the future as the game is developed further.
Coming to the track and the race itself, the Isle of Man TT is one of the world’s most iconic races for motorcycles and it was created in 1907. Participants in this race have to be extremely agile and must have extremely good skills behind the steering wheel because the track features extremely winding and narrow roads.
During certain parts of the track, racers easily touch speeds of over 300km/h, catch some air on bumps and even scrape against low walls. The track is 60KM long and features more than 250 bends which must be memorized by the rider prior to riding it at full speed otherwise they will not be able to properly put their machine to the test.
TT Isle of Man 2 is slated for release in 2020 on consoles and PC.