Racing video games have always been interesting, almost as much as the best betting sites. People love everything from rally racing, Formula 1 to street races often seen in the Need for Speed series. Regardless, the racing genre is well-saturated and in a better place than most other genres. Here are some of the best racing games of 2019.
Forza Horizon 4
Forza is doing a wonderful job with its Horizon series, making tons of content with licensed cars that will have any car lover screaming with joy as they eventually purchase their childhood hero car. On the other hand, the cars drive like they are supposed to and react to various weather changes.
In Forza Horizon 4, you go to the British Isles and can race your way through all of it, from the Highlands to the Lake District and even some very iconic villages. Since the seasons are very vivid in Britain, so they are in the game, every season changing the way your car behaves when you step on and off the road, not to mention adding snow, ice or even rain to the mixture. Master your car and terrain and you might even break a couple of records.
Dirt Rally 2.0
Eh, this is where things get complicated for casual racing game drivers. Dirt Rally 2.0 is a game where you need to listen to the calls of your co-driver and if you do not know how to follow them, you will end up meeting a tree up close and personal. Oh yes, damage can be turned on and you can completely wreck your car. You might end up towing it to the finish line, as stated in the Fast and the Furious, the first part.
But, if you want an actual rally game which mimics the physics of the real thing, then there is not a better alternative out there. The game is also great looking, among other things.
One of the best things this game has to offer is a dynamic first-person camera. You know how you drive and the camera is always fixed. Yes, that helps the developers immensely but really makes things strange for the driver. You are not really in a fixed position all the time and you often move your head when taking a turn. Well, Shift 2 makes this happen, adjusting the camera as you take turns.
This game is also one of the few that compromises between a realistic experience and something beginners cherish, fun and ease of use. You feel like you are going to crash but somehow you do not, compared to Dirt Rally 2.0, where you always crash.
This is one of the most interesting games you can play if you like Formula 1 games. It’s a great game for any Formula 1 fan, just like almost any version of the F1 series. This one being the newest one, should serve you well until the next one arrives. You will definitely feel like you are racing, especially from the first-person mode. The cars are all licensed and the career mode is very immersive.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2005)
The new games may have the graphics, but Most Wanted, the original one, had the guts. The game is still memorable to any race lover, especially as you get chased by the police and rammed into walls. The physics might not be the best, nor the cars’ handling, but the game is fun embodied.
These are some of the best motorsport games you can play today. They are all either realistic or fun, or both, for the experienced gamers.