Disc Drivin' 2 Guide - How to Slide Your Way to Victory
Disc Drivin’ 2 is not your normal racer. Its turn-based gameplay and disc-based antics make for a really unique gameplay experience that might not be so easy to handle at first. Rest assured though, if you keep these tips in mind, you’ll be shuffling around the track with the best of them in no time:
Take your time
In a racing game, speed and quick reflexes are your friend, but in Disc Drivin’ 2, that’s not quite as important. In fact, rushing through your turn can easily lead to you making poor shots or invalidating all of your progress. Using all of your camera options available to you at the start of a turn is a good habit to form, and one that can make sure your prepared when you make your shot.
Do your dailies
Disc Drivin’ 2’s free-to-play system allows for players to earn coins which they can then spend on cards that upgrade abilities or unlock new ones. This means that if you don’t keep up with other players, you can find yourself at a disadvantage in every race. If you are adamant about not spending money on the game, a good way to keep up is to try the Daily Challenge every day. These challenges grant coins when you complete them, and you earn even more for completing consecutive Daily Challenges in a row.
Learn the tracks
A relatively minor issue with Disc Drivin’ 2 is its camera control system. Sometimes you can’t quite see what you want to see in the way that you’d like. This can occasionally result in shots where you go further than anticipated, only to have your run cut short by an unexpected bout with spikes or a laser beam. The best way to avoid this is to try and learn the tracks as best you can so you don’t get these nasty surprises. If there’s a particular track you want to learn, the best way to do that is by trying it out in the game’s Speed Run Mode.
Don’t get greedy
In Disc Drivin’ 2, it’s easy to try and take risks to make big gains ahead of your opponent, but this can also be your very downfall. If you find yourself ahead of your opponent, it’s often better to take safe shots that press your advantage rather than taking risks that can give your opponent free turns.