The 15+ most realistic driving sims you can play in the world

8Gran turismo 6

Gran Turismo is the slightly more realistic alternative to Forza. The realization of the tracks, especially, is above your main competitive console.

Including more than 1200 cars.

More than 120 cars have been added to the lineup, which makes the number of cars available to be more than 1200. The large selection of cars includes those of the popular FIA GT3 category, which have become the mainstay of racing of GT at present.

Includes 40 Locations, 107 designs.

In addition to new tracks such as Mt. Panorama, Silverstone, Brands Hatch, Willow Springs Raceway and Red Bull Ring, original tracks like Apricot Hill and Mid-Field Raceway have returned to this version of the game.

In addition to the official Season Events, an Open Lobby invites players to compete online and communicate with others. Features offered include fast regulations with prescriptions to facilitate online play and racing, as well as community sites where players can form their own clubs for Crea and enjoy racing events.

Race mode.

In this main facet of this game, where players start from the entry level and gradually acquire higher level licenses, a new system has been introduced where players accumulate 'stars' to progress, allowing those with different levels of skill enjoy the game at your own pace. . Many types of events have been made available, including those in which weather conditions change continuously and recreate the feeling of endurance racing in a much shorter period of time. Winning events will award credits in the game that can be used to buy cars and parts.

B-Spec.

The B-Spec mode, where an AI pilot competes for the player, has been implemented in all race events of the Race mode. You can use B-Spec for races that you may find difficult to complete, such as some of the longest endurance races. Or you can use it when you want to enjoy watching a race. B-Spec can be selected from the Quick Menu that is displayed before the start of an event race in Race Mode.


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9Forza 6

The physics engine in Forza is stronger than almost all other console sims. The physics, the transfer of weight and the dynamics of the tires are above their arcade-style rivals.

Experience the relentless action in the most beautiful and complete racing game of this generation. Collect, customize and compete with 460 Forzavista ™ cars, all with work tanks and total damage. Compete in epic 24-player races on 26 world-famous stages. Master wet weather and night racing on your way to victory.


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10Gtr series

Here is the baseline for computer racing simulators. GTR 2, has been out for six years, but the modulation community is so devoted that we are still receiving significant updates. The basic engine is that strong.

GTR - FIA Racing Simulation will attract both experienced PC racing drivers and ambitious rookies. The scope of the options in GTR ranges from realistic simulation mode to simple arcade modes for the beginner. Ten realistic racetracks of the FIA-GT and NGT categories, as well as 56 licensed sports cars, await the riders. The game is based on the FIA ​​GT Championship racing series and GTR includes all the cars and drivers of the 2003 season as well as the prestigious 24 Hours of Spa race. Developed and tested by FIA GT drivers who use real career telemetry data from the featured teams, GTR will offer the most realistic driving experience the world has seen to date.


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11shift 2

Shift 2 could be the best compromise between realism and the accessibility of any game on this list. It is not only the ways in which the car is handled (threatening, but also capable), but the way in which he constantly thinks about what the players need to perform at a high level. Instead of blocking your view by looking over the hood, or asking you to go to TrackIR to let you turn your head, Shift 2 has a dynamic view that changes subtly depending on the context.

As you approach a soft right corner, your view changes a bit as your driver avatar looks directly at the vertex. For a sharper corner, your eyesight swings a little more so that you have an idea of ​​what you are driving, however, you do not feel disoriented at all. It feels natural.

The consideration even extends to the depth of field. This is a widely used visual effect in excess, but Shift 2 uses it to highlight where your attention should be. When someone comes quickly to the queue, the objects that are farther away become a little more blurred, while the mirrors are sharpened to sharpness. As you move in heavy traffic, your cockpit becomes indistinct while the cars around you focus. It sounds witty, but everything feels as natural as driving a car in real life. Shift 2 is really dedicated to communicating the fun and achievement of high performance driving, and has an admirable success.


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12PROJECT CARS 2

Real cars, as you may have noticed, rarely turn on the edge the moment they dare to mix steering and acceleration inputs. In fact, they are pretty good at turning corners, it's almost as if an engineer had thought about the problem during the design process. The high performance cars in Project Cars 2, although they are certainly more prone to bite, are even better in the whole turn. Launch a Ferrari or Lamborghini around the track (as we have done several times) and probably spend more time having fun than worrying about the absence of a rewind button in real life.

The team is, apparently, as frustrated as we are by the gender propensity of the driving simulator to match the challenge with the feeling of driving on trackless tires on a plate of melted ice at a 45 degree angle. In Project Cars 2, cars spin around corners, even when you hit the accelerator. Do not get us wrong, this is not a virtual Scallextric set: you can still make mistakes and the traction is far from absolute. But, what's more important, do not get punished for these mistakes with a quick trip to the nearest track barrier (at least, if you play with a wheel pad control it's still a bit sensitive). The result is a game that looks much more like real driving.

The study has also made many other changes in this sequel, propping selection of cars with a wider variety of vehicles and creating a career mode that feels less capricious attractive without sacrificing freedom of choice initiated by the previous game. There is even a decent average AI against which to compete if you do not like online gambling. But the most dramatic upgrade is the amazing weather system of the game, which calculates a dizzying number of factors on the physical properties of materials and surfaces, water accumulation and runoff, to spit out the best set of climatic effects and moisture. Drive with time: we have experienced in a racing game. A very successful continuation.


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13trackmania 2 canyon

Any veteran of the genre will tell you that a good track design is an essential part of any quality racing title. And that's an area where TrackMania 2: Canyon really has a unique and winning point of sale. While in most games a tight curve, a force-loaded curvature, or a high-speed line may suffice, the tracks in TrackMania 2: Canyon take on a frightening new meaning, inspired by Hot Wheels. Barrel sweeps, almost impossible jumps and floating platforms that stick two fingers to physics are what differentiates the TrackMania series from other arcade riders.

The true heart of TrackMania 2 can be found online, where the ingenious and complicated creations of others take center stage. The competition is fierce and frantic. A race can quickly become a hilarious game of highlighting lost jumps and unexpected curves. The mechanics of the races make it an ideal title of "pick-up-and-play" to which you can lose hours without realizing it. This is due in large part to how easy the cars are to drive and yet, once you get to the tracks (often ridiculous), it is the bet of anyone who will take the first place.


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14RACE INJECTION

You can not put together a list of great racing simulation games without having some SimBin. While the studio seems to have been lost a bit with the dubious RaceRoom Racing Experience game, SimBin was a royalty of simulation racing in the mid-2000s. Race: Injection is its final game, the package that combines almost everything achieved with the series GTR and Race 07.

These are difficult games, but the modified sedans in the World Touring Car Cup race should ease their transition to a serious race. Even a Honda Accord racing is still a Honda Accord, and the slightly more manageable speed and difficulty of the WTCC is a great place to learn the clues and the excellent physics of SimBin.

But there are weight trolleys, resistance carts and open wheel corridors to choose from in this package, all of which are brilliantly recreated and offer unique driving challenges. For the money, you probably can not do better than Race: Injection for sim racing.

Unfortunately, the Race series was also long on the teeth, even when Injection was launched, and there is nothing to hide the previous technology on which it is based, it certainly can not compete with the best four-wheel PC games. However, do not let the flat lighting and dim graphics wake you up. A few minutes with these cars, especially if you have a quality force feedback wheel, and you will not even notice the aged appearance.

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