Rush 2: Extreme Racing USA (known in-game as Rush 2) is an over-the-top street racing game developed and published by Midway Home Entertainment for the Nintendo 64 in both North America (on November 10, 1998) and Europe (on February 4, 1999).
A console-only sequel to San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing, Rush 2 builds on the original game's Nintendo 64 port with a variety of new circuits throughout the United States (with the only returning track being The Rock). It also features a new variety of customizable vehicles (with a new vehicle durability system) and a dedicated Stunt track (which features an open playground for performing stunt jumps and uses its own dedicated scoring system).
- Las Vegas
- New York (Downtown)
- New York (Uptown)
- Alcatraz - Based on The Rock from the arcade version of the original game.
- Los Angeles
- Half Pipe - Unlocked after winning every standard track in One Race mode.
- Crash - Unlocked after winning Circuit mode.
- Stunt - An open playground filled with ramps and obstacles. Rather than a traditional race, up to two human players score as many points as they can (by performing flips and other stunt jumps) within a set time limit.