TrackMania² Valley will let you experience the fun and adrenaline of racing stunning cars on sensational tracks in a major enhanced sequel to Nadeo Studio’s online racing phenomenon TrackMania, already enjoyed by millions of players.
User reviews: Very Positive (206 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 4, 2013

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About This Game

TrackMania² Valley will let you experience the fun and adrenaline of racing stunning cars on sensational tracks in a major enhanced sequel to Nadeo Studio’s online racing phenomenon TrackMania, already enjoyed by millions of players.

TrackMania² Valley goes far beyond traditional driving games with racing in a fully customizable world of tracks generated and powered by players themselves! With loops, wall rides, ramps and a multitude of other stunts, you’re in for the ride of your life.

Key Features

  • INCREDIBLE NEW GRAPHICS: Race in a stunning Valley environment with infinite possibilities and optimized to run on most PC’s
  • UNIQUE THRILLING RACING EXPERIENCE: The car feels more realistic and the handling is more precise than ever.
  • INTUITIVE AND ACCESSIBLE GAMEPLAY in both solo and multiplayer modes. TrackMania² Valley brings back the ease in gameplay that was seen in the TrackMania series and intuitive creative instruments.
  • ENHANCED CREATIVE FREEDOM on tracks, cars and scripts. More design elements and programmable parameters than ever before.
  • EMBEDDED COMMUNITY INSTRUMENTS: Share amazing creations and video highlights with people from all over the world.
  • IN-GAME VIDEO STUDIO: Edit TV-quality highlights of your best races.
  • A VERY ACTIVE COMMUNITY which provides incredibly numerous and diverse user generated activities. TrackMania 2 Valley offers in-depth customization and distribution system.
  • FUN AND CRAZY MULTIPLAYER: 100+ players can challenge each other at once on the same track!
  • OFFICIAL RANKINGS in both solo and multiplayer modes.

System Requirements

    • OS:Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor:1.5Ghz
    • Graphics:256 Mo, Pixel Shader 2.0 / Intel HD 2000 / Nvidia ION / AMD HD 6310
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:15 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
Helpful customer reviews
5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
6.2 hrs on record
Posted: January 4
Best TM2 Environment (IMO)
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
86.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2014
Stadium is better IMO because it has more population, more community generated content, and more persistent playerbase than this game.

Racing gameplay here is largely based on rally racing. Note that the car steers very well, and can handle sharp turns. But, it doesn't do so well at high speeds and will spin out at any attempt at braking. As such, racing tends to be more technical than drifting related or fullspeed.

This was the third of the TM2 series, and its the most graphically polished, however TM2 still excells in content.

Note that environments are canyons, concrete roads, and stadium-like structures. There is a fair balance of natural environment blocks and manmade blocks, but they cannot be mix and matched. Road blocks are for road, and aesthetic blocks are for aesthetics. It can also be very hard to create beautiful maps here, since good maps require smart placement of foliage, buildings, landscaping, and roads.

However, this game is beautiful and its fun to play. It comes 2nd in my recommendations of the Trackmania 2 franchise. Note this is the most graphically taxing of the TM2 franchise to this date.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
6.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 11
It's definately not the best Trackmania game out there but I wouldn't call it the worst either.
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59 of 64 people (92%) found this review helpful
12.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 16, 2013
+ Simple and fun gameplay which is easy to pick up and learn, but hard to master. This is the kind of gameplay that only TrackMania can deliver.
+ Very skill-based. No gimmicks or anything, it's all about shaving off milliseconds with precise and skillful driving.
+ Great graphics.
+ User friendly track, car and replay editors.
+ Lots of community created content.
+ Tolerable community.

- Ubisoft thought it'd be a good idea to split the environments into seperate games, which means that the already small player base is also split. As a result, pretty much every server is empty and there's only around 3 populated ones at a time.
- The car physics on dirt are overly sensitive and difficult to get used to. In fact, they don't really feel like TrackMania. Protip: Try to play on a keyboard if you're having problems with a controller.
- 5min cooldown on official races. Was this really necessary?
- You get only one environment. At a price tag of $20. I suggest buying it on a sale.

TrackMania² Valley is also a solid racer, but it's not as alive as the other games thanks to Ubisoft's great idea of splitting the games into several titles.

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35 of 42 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
62.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 12, 2014
Highly Recommended Game!
This probably is the best Trackmania Environment ever made!
It has an astonishing variety; you can create easy-driving tracks, Off-Road tracks, Stunt Tracks, Insane Full-Speed Tracks ecc...
You have a very large selection of blocks to choose from, and the editor, as usual from Nadeo, is great!
I strongly suggest buying this game both if you are a fan of the franchise or not!
You won't be disapointed.
One last note on the graphics, which really shine in this package!
Amazing light reflections, gorgeous environments, volumetric clouds and whatever you might imagine.
An amazing game all-around.
Definetly a must buy! (God i love this game so much!)
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24 of 27 people (89%) found this review helpful
16.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
For veterans, this is my favourite of the TrackMania² environments. The car handles on tarmack better than the other two. If you liked the Island environment, I would say this one is the closest to it of the three. Keep in mind, however, that it also contains dirt tracks which are more like Rally. I also think this environment is the most beautiful, though they are all nice in their own way.

If you're new to TrackMania, let me say that TrackMania is AWESOME. It is basically a time trial game, but what a game! The driving is not realistic. You will do tight turns, stunts and drifts. You will drive at ridiculous speeds, stack, and try again. You will make a tight, high-speed turn, followed by a jump, fly across an enourmous gulf, land, do a loop, and then crash into a finish line. Or miss, but eventually you will succeed.

And then there is the extraordinarily powerful (AND easy to use!!) level editor, which has led to large community of excellent user created tracks and multiplayer servers.
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13 of 13 people (100%) found this review helpful
22.4 hrs on record
Posted: July 10, 2014
This game most certainly gets a lot of hate, but I feel personally like this is a worthy title for racing fans. However...

This game doesn't run very well AT ALL on lower-end gaming PCs. If you want a Trackmania game and you don't have a great PC, stick with Nations Forever.

Off-roading is much more difficult in this game in comparison to its counterparts. Using a controller rather than arrowkeys is strongly recommended for this particular game.

I have seen Trackmania getting a lot of hate from parents because their kid didn't like it. Trackmania is not the kind of game to just pick up for your kid. This game especially is very difficult at times and can lead to frustrated outbursts. Generally best for very experienced racing gamers or people who don't take anything too seriously.

Many parts of this particular installment seem unrefined and slightly sloppily assembled. Sound and music tend to cut out a lot especially. Custom-made tracks don't seem to have this problem quite as badly, but I would still recommend listening to music from another source while playing this game.

Overall, however, I would say this is a good game. Controls are basic and the gameplay is straightforward. The Vally setting is gorgeous and the track editor is fun to mess around with. Physics are closer to those of Canyon, except with looser steering and slightly more difficult drifting. Takes time to get use to the unique phsysics of this game, especially on the off-road parts, but you will eventually get the hang of it.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 19, 2014
By far the toughest entry in the Trackmania 2 collection of games, but also very rewarding. The smooth drifing of Canyon is long gone. 99% of all braking you do on pavement will be in a straight line, or else your run will almost definitely be ruined. This is something you should know as you go into the game. It's not as easy to pick up and play as Canyon or Stadium

The crazy high speed tracks are still here, but dirt tracks are a fresh addition. A lot of them are actually pretty reasonable tracks, but that's not to say they aren't as much fun. At high speeds, keeping control on these can be a nervewracking experience. Stadium and (to a lesser extent) canyon both offer stretches of dirt, but this is a totally different beast altogether. It's a different game, but it's still ridiculous, it's still fun, and I still want just one more try before bed, mom.

Recommended for: perfectionists
Not recommended for: recovering addicts
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8 of 11 people (73%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: December 28, 2013
TrackMania 2 Valley brings all of the improvements and excitement from its brother game, TM2 Canyon.

The Valley car is noticeably more touchy than the Canyon car, and the tracks on Valley provide almost no room for error and some scattered instances of cheap randomly placed geometry to instantly stop your perfect run. Valley is obviously for a more experienced crowd, providing something less of a joyride than TM2 Canyon and more precise than the easily accessible TM2 Stadium.

Stadium-like wide open spaces at least give you room to pilot your finnicky automobile, but things work out a lot worse once you attempt a rally track. The car handles easily enough on road with big, wide turns; dirt and rally sections of the track require impossibly accurate feats of countersteering that DEMAND the use of something more precise than a keyboard (all gaming pads that you can plug into your computer are completely compatible with TrackMania).

If the idea of piloting a beast machine of a vehicle over rally roads and moonlit interstates is exciting to you, Valley delivers a compelling caricatured sensation of real racing, more so than any other TM game to date.

It can cause equal parts frustration and satisfaction, so if you are looking for more of a joyride, I suggest you buy TM2 Canyon or TM2 Stadium first.
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8 of 11 people (73%) found this review helpful
15.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 13, 2013
TrackMania 2: Valley offers amazing online support, solid precision racing and new graphics. Its enjoyable and strictly arcade as always. However, its new more complex driving physics knows how to torment you sweetly.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
23.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 24, 2014
TrackMania 2 Valley is a rally car racing refeshment of TranMania United Valley pack.
Does Valley hold up to the original and is it worth your money?

I'm just going to be short and sweet. At max settings, this game is georgous. Everything from the lighting to the amount of detail on the courses is excellent. I sometimes found myself slamming into a tree or careening off the track simply because I was distracted by the enviornment. My only two gripes with the game's visual presentations is that water doesn't animate when your car moves through it and it can sometimes be difficult to tell where to go on dirt roads or courses that have fragmented roads due to the heavy amount of detail.

Trackmania 2 Valley has my favorite soundtrack out of the three packs available. It's rather groovy, consisting of electronic music that's easy on the ears. But thankfully, you are able to add your own music to the game if you grow tired of the limited soundtrack.

Of the three packs available, Valley has the steepest learning curve and because of it, I don't think it's the most ideal selection for newcomers to the TrackMania series. Throughout your playthrough you will have to adapt to the stiff yet fluid control of the asphalt to the incredibly sensitive to the touch controls of the dirt. Thankfully the staff created tracks provide a great amount of variety with progressively challenging courses to test your driving skills without seeming unfair. The keyboard controls work, but a gamepad or wheel are much more favorable. When your done with singleplayer, you can dive right into the online multiplayer to test how your times compare to players from around the world on courses that are either staff created or custom.
Where TrackMania shines is the Editors mode, where players can create tracks with an incredibly deep track creator or play the creations of another person.

So in the end Valley is a phenominal improvement over its TM United counterpart and is worth every penny.
But as stated before, if your new to the Trackmania series, I would reccommend either raising all flags in Stadium or Soaking up some sun in the Canyon. But besides that, this is a must buy for racing and Trackmania fans.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
30.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 26, 2013
For me the best environment of the TrackMania 2 series so far. Great graphics and a challenging handling are the main aspects of the game. It´s also known for its huge moding community. Create your own maps, skins, 3D objects and new 3D cars, scripts, mods for the environment and much more. Overall a must have, at least if you ask me ... ;D
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
150.2 hrs on record
Posted: June 21, 2014
Trackmania has always been a unique racing series and really fun to play in my opinion. However, it has always been overshadowed by more mainstream racing games (Need for Speed, Forza, Gran Tursimo, etc.). Trackmania² Valley specifically though is the most realistic of the Trackmania² line, but this doesn't mean it's bad. It still has your insane tricks and high-speed action, but it feels much more sensible from Trackmania² Canyon and Stadium, and in my opinion, more fun. It's much more grippy then Canyon, but still has enough power to easily drift unlike Stadium. It's an arcade game in a nutshell, so if you (for some reason) hate arcades, then you might want to sway from this, but if you want to try something unique, I highly reccomend this. The main attraction I'd say in Valley (and basically all Trackmanias) is its track creator, which makes the game have huge replay value, as well as the community tracks.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: September 19, 2014
It's Trackmania !!! Ofcourse I'm gonna recommend it.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
9.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 18, 2013
Очень хорошая игра! Советую всем)
Very good game!
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
19.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 25, 2013
Simply the best racing game ever
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
33.7 hrs on record
Posted: November 28, 2013
This is the best game I've ever bought.

It's sad to see people saying that the handling is broken and all wrong. It isn't.

If you put in the effort to learn how the car reacts & drives, you will see that it really is amazing (yes, its hard at first but it is not broken).

The graphics are amazing, and it is well optimized for those slower computers too.

The blocks in the track editor are incredibly well designed, so you can think up hunderds of combinations & transitions between blocks.

If you know how to handle a 3D modeling program, you can also make your own blocks, cars & scenery to use in-game! It also comes with a built-in painting editor for your cars.

You can make your own movies with the in-game movie/replay editor, so the possibilities are endless :D

The online community is the most frendly I have ever seen in a video game, so you'll rarely run into idiots.

If you don't like how the cars behave in Trackmania 2 Valley, remember to check out Trackmania 2 Stadium or Canyon. All 3 games have the same features but each with a different environment & car.

I can fully recommend this game, but remember to try the demo first.

- Fantastic Graphics
- Can build your own tracks
- Can modle your own cars, blocks, or scenery
- Endless replay-ablility
- Deep car handling (you really build up a 'feel' of how the car responds)
- Runs pretty well on slow computers
- Very friendly online community
- Built-in video/replay editor with lots of effects (Depth of Field, Colour Grading, Colour Control, Custom Cameras, etc)

- The handling takes a while to get used to

(Can't think of any other cons :P)

Note: It will say I only have a few hours of play time in this game, but thats because I play the non Steam version. I have played over 430 hours on this game, and it still hasn't got boring. Thats how good it is :P
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
85.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 7, 2013
Hmm I don't know if I should put all the enviroments into one review on Valley but I'll do it anyway.

If you played the original Trackmania then this shouldn't be a surprise because everything is particulary the same, which is a good thing! I've loved the original Trackmania since I've seen about it back in my middle school years. Played the demo of Trackmania Sunrise and enjoyed the series ever since. I met some really good people and friends and actually played competitively in this game, but it didn't last long.....sadly

Now here we are with the next Trackmania game, with improved visuals (which looked amazing) and a lot more options with editor (objects, scripting, etc.). Since I was a really into trackmaking, (and I still am!) I really enjoyed experimenting the new block that they offered. The replay editor is more of the same with some new features that I can't say but I know for sure that all of the old editing equipments are still there. I like the fact that now I can take a screenshot of the car moving without having to shoot a video and screen capture it from my computer. What I also like about what Nadeo did is that they added a simple editor to the replay editor for beginners and not just the editor mode. All the enviroments are very unique from the looks to the driving style. Canyon is more of a drifting enviroment whereas Valley is more of grip to slidy dirt sections. I like the fact that they didn't change any of the aspects that made Trackmania great and added new features. Manialink is back and from my experince it hasn't changed, but I never really looked at it often. I recently looked at the paint editor and Nadeo seemed to changed some the UI. I can't really tell since I didn't really put the time to mess around with it. I also really like the fact that Steam is intergrated with Maniaplanet, but the the negative side to is that most of my friends don't have Trackmania, so it's kind of pointless to me. Ok now lets talk about the three enviroments.

Canyon was my first experince that I had with the the new engine that I played a year ago. I really enjoyed the handling and the drifting aspects of it. It's a great representation of the Arizona desert with large canyons and little plant life. I like the fact that it's easy to drive but hard to master because seeing how the competitors drive this car is utterly insane. I do have to say it's the least that I played so far, even though I put a lot of hours in it. The one thing that I do get annoyed is that the vehicle snaps when I'm counter-drifting. This only happens when the car was about to straighten itself out.

Stadium for me is the new remastered version of the previous Stadium. I do have to say that surprisingly they changed the physis in this enviroment. The vehicle seems a bit slower than the origanal enviroment and the handling is less stiff the the previous. I still enjoyed the enviroment regardless becuase this was the enviroment that I played the most from the last Trackmania (Nations ESWC and Forever being free). I really like the improved lighting effects in this game, it gives more of a beautiful look to the enviroment. There were also some new blocks added to this version!
What I did feel dissapointed is that the bugs are still existant from the last game, but it doesn't interact often. Like for instance when landing on the dirt portion on all four tires causes the vehicle to slow down. Another bug is that when the tires touches the side road on the asphalt, the vehicle will randomly lift itself in the air. It might seem small but from a competitive standpoint it's annoying.
This being a remastered version of the origanal Stadium, I'm glad that they sold this for 10 bucks.

Valley I have to say is an intersting track, to say for the least. And what I mean by it being interesting that dirt section. Not only it's hard to control since the car can easily oversteer if turned to much. For people that doesn't have a medium/high spec PC, it can give performance problems thus making it less enjoyable. I do have to say that this envioment is the most exqusite out of the two. It's a beautiful reference to the Euproean Nations and even thought it doesn't really have the "valley" in it, it's still somthing to look at everyonce in a while. After playing it for so many hours and trying to get the hang of the handling model, it becomes really enjoyable, making it my favorite enviroment.

If you're a new player interested in this game or a old veteran trying out the next Trackmania game, please give it a go, try the demo. You wont be disapointed.

TL;DR, It's a really good game that I would recommend playing!
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 23, 2014
Very fun game! Absolutely worth the money, though ManiaPlanet is bad. I prefer the TM United way (all 7(!) environments just one game). 8 out of 10
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
99.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 11, 2013
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