THQ details Juiced 2

Racing sequel to feature "Driver DNA" that will mold player racing traits

Developer THQ has officially announced the sequel to 2005's street racer Juiced, heading to PC, PS3, 360, PS2 and PSP, followingearlier reportson the game this week.

Juiced 2 is based around the Hot Import Nights series of car shows, and will include race and drift racing modes along with large amounts of customization options.

There's also a "Driver DNA" system that "molds" the racing traits of players and then makes them downloadable to race against in events, though we're not quite sure how that works.

Above: We imported this PSP screenshotfrom the original Juiced

"Juiced 2: HIN introduces a thrilling new drifting component and lets players personalize their experience both on and offline with ultra realistic Driver DNA," said Colin Bell, general manager at Juice Games.

"In addition to a ton of exciting new features, we've significantly expanded the rewarding driving experience, track choice and customization our fans have come to expect."

Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights is currently pencilled in for an autumn release.

February 22, 2007