Driver 2 received unofficial PC-port for its 20th anniversary

A team of enthusiasts has developed an open source native PC port of Driver 2 with the help of so-called reverse engineering. The first public release is timed to coincide with the 20th anniversary of the game. Original Driver 2 was released in November 2000 only on PlayStation, and in 2002 the version of Driver 2 Advance for Game Boy Advance.

Among the features their project, the authors will make graphics and gameplay improvements, support 60 frames per second and bug fix. For the game, you will need a version of Driver 2 on the disk to transfer the game files to the computer.

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