Top 10 VR Racing Games
Virtual reality gaming has exploded in popularity in recent years on the strength of technological innovation. There once was a point in time when VR gaming was thought of only in the imagination of people. Those days are gone, especially in the world of video game simulation racing where several video game titles and franchises have transitioned their wares into the realm of VR gaming.
These days, popular titles like Gran Turismo Sport, Project CARS, and Driveclub all support VR gaming. New games are also arriving specifically for this new platform, and with video game technologies continuing to advance at a rapid pace, it won’t be long before VR racing becomes the norm rather than the exception. Ahead of that inevitably, we have picked out the best VR racing games that you can play today. Immerse yourself in this new world of video game racing. The realism behind all of it is going to make your head spin.
Best Xbox One Racing Games
When it comes to car racing video games, it’s hard to find a better console that’s home to as many diverse games as the Xbox One. Microsoft’s pride-and-joy console offers anything your gamer heart desires. Do you want a race simulator that’s as realistic as it gets? How about an open-world racing game? Perhaps you’re just looking for an old-fashioned car racing arcade game, then? Xbox One offers all of these games in spades, and we picked the best ones so you can spend countless hours playing without feeling sorry about it.
Forza Horizon 2 and The Crew are fun racing games, but they don’t offer much for the player looking for a simulation racer. Forza 6 was just announced but it won’t be out until October or November 2015. If you are an owner of a new console and you want a new simulation racer, Project CARS should be the game you are waiting for. Built over several years using a huge crowd-sourced team, Project CARS is shaping up to be the most beautiful racing game ever created, and it should arrive with more cars and more tracks than any racing game that has come before. It also offers those fancy features everyone is looking for like dynamic lighting and weather.
If you haven’t heard of Project CARS, or you don’t believe my claims about it being the best looking racing game ever created, just take a few seconds to watch the latest trailer for the game here. This is using the latest build for the game, and it should be very close to final code. This shows dozens of interesting cars and locations, as well as the fancy weather the game offers.
If this is your next racing game and you own a PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or reasonably powerful gaming PC, you can snag a copy starting on March 17th here in the States. If you call Europe home, the game will hit shelves on March 20th.