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ROBLOX Game Spotlight: Ultimate Driving

February 11, 2016

by SlingshotJunkie


To have an experience which immerses you and energizes your imagination is something that is so difficult to capture in games, and we love to see it on ROBLOX. To craft a game with high fidelity, you must make it with great attention to detail; and on this week’s spotlight we have just that. In TwentyTwoPilots’ Ultimate Driving you can experience what it’s like to drive around a city that is full of details to explore.

Ultimate Driving combines two of my favorite things: High fidelity and group content. Since the game is primarily focused on you doing whatever job you’d like to, from police officer to taxi driver to trucker, you can be whatever you want. That gives you freedom to do things like explore with your friends, or perform similar jobs to theirs so you can experience the game with them. All within an immersive world that is your playground.

The attention to detail in this place is amazing. Road signs are highly customized and are everywhere. The amount of work that went into making this game look nice was astounding. I primarily drove around Newark since I’ve been there, and I have to say that on a lot of stretches I actually felt like I was driving in the real thing. However, Newark isn’t the only map you can play on–Ultimate Driving features a universe of three highly detailed maps for you to enjoy and explore.


The fidelity doesn’t end there though–this game features a full range of effects. It has a fully functional day/night cycle which made for some beautiful sunrises and sunsets along with a weather system which allows it to rain, fog, and snow. Truly you get to experience the entire spectrum of driving effects as you explore these immense worlds.

Of course, the main draw of Ultimate Driving is the vehicles. At the beginning you can unlock up to 8 different vehicles–however, you can unlock more by taking different jobs. Truckers get different trucks, police officers get different police vehicles, and so on. While the cars flip sometimes, they’re easy to get used to. I had a lot of fun charging around town with my crew. But the coolest part about Ultimate Driving by far is that the jobs actually do different things. At one point I accidently ran a red light and the cops started chasing me to give me a ticket. The other jobs can do things as well, such as emergency workers taking an ambulance to rescue injured players.  


Ultimate Driving was a relaxing and fun game. If you have a bunch of friends and some time I highly recommend hanging out here. I love it, it’s a great way to unwind after a long day.

Until next time, keep on crusin’ on!