Eden Games announces partnership with Apple to bring Gear Club Stradale on Apple Arcade

Eden Games announced that they are bringing a brand new racing/driving simulation game exclusively for Apple Arcade. The title was revealed during the Peak Performance event earlier this month. A release date was not revealed, and it will be made available on the App Store for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. apple Arcade - Eden Games

A new racing simulation coming to Apple Arcade exclusively, called Gear Club Stradale, by Eden Games

Gear Club Stradale is a game filled with gorgeous, and beautiful cars that you can drive around, and is set in the mesmerizing region of Italy, Tuscany. The protagonist takes a long vacation in a grand villa where you can store brand-new cars and customize them to your needs. Gather your friends and start your own club in the town. Help out your friends on daily, weekly, and monthly exclusive content to build your dream car collection. 

Gear Club Stradale Apple Arcade, Eden Games

Eden Games made sure that the best handling experience is available on mobile devices, thanks to intelligent real-like driving assistance that guarantees high accessibility. Players may build and improve their own car workshops to enhance performance and customization. The game also features worldwide competitions where players defend their clubs and reach the highest rankings of the game. Moreover, unlock new content thanks to your progression and achievements. “These are the holidays you’ll never want to end.”

Eden Games has been in the gaming industry for over 25 years now and has worked on titles such as V-Ralle and Test Drive Unlimited. Gear Club Stradable requires iOS 13.0 or later, iPadOS 13.0 or later, macOS 11.0.0 or later, or tvOS 13.0 or later. Gear Club Stradale is also available in various languages like English, Arabian, Dutch, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, Turkish, and more.

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