2jZ Engine, a successor to the original Karts Engine that debuted in the 2012 W12, allows players to control a Karts race car on the race track with two-player co-op mode, where one player drives the car and controls the controls while the other plays the game’s cars.
The game, developed by Double Fine Productions and released in 2013 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, is set in a fictional town called Graz.
The game uses an engine similar to the one that powered the original W12’s W12 Engine, which made it possible to drive a 2jzo Kart at speeds that were previously considered impossible.
To make the 2jez engine even faster, players can choose to turn on or off two additional cars that will be present in the game, making the engine’s performance a little bit faster.
The game also adds some other tweaks, like allowing for more cars to be loaded into the game at the same time and allowing the player to change the color of the Kart to indicate whether it’s powered by gasoline or diesel.
The engine has also received updates in the form of new tracks, which can be customized to suit different driving styles.
The game has a handful of tracks that are also playable in co-operative play, including one that uses the 3D engine and another that uses an older technology called 2jX.