Bigben has a big supporter of the Switch, having published several different titles for the system thus far. One of them was TT Isle of Man. Its upcoming sequel, TT Isle of Man 2, will be burning its way onto the hybrid console next year, as well as other platforms.
This time around, TT Isle of Man 2 boasts a laundry list of improvements over its predecessor. These include things like improved bike physics “rebuilt from the ground up to create ultra-realistic behavior”, a gyroscopic effect, “redesigned” brakes and shock absorbers, as well as improvements made to the tire model.
TT Isle of Man 2 will also have new features like an open-world area called Rider’s Paradise.
The game will release during the “first semester of 2020”. That potentially means the first quarter of the year.
For TT Isle of Man 2, the bike physics have been rebuilt from the ground up to create ultra-realistic behaviour. The gyroscopic effect is now completely integrated for more precise steering, and speed wobbles have been added to alert riders that a fall could be imminent.
The brakes and shock absorbers have also been redesigned. They now respond to all bumps in the road and create a riding experience that is much more faithful to what a real motorcyclist feels.
#TTIsleofMan2 will be available first semester 2020 on consoles and PC.