The online world is colourful, fast-paced and full of adrenaline. With the best way to live out his urge for a quick ride, it is to go behind the virtual steering wheel. On some adventurous, some detailed tracks, it goes in chic filters wild to the point. Here are our favourite games from the genre.
Need for Speed
Need for Speed is one of the oldest and most popular racing games out there. Their online offshoot is called Need for Speed World and was released in 2010. Equating to a huge lounge, you’ll meet your virtual friends and rivals and take the contest to the streets. With the increasing number of wins, you can always buy better cars or upgrade existing ones. The addition “World” comes not by chance, because in addition to numerous cars from around the world, your teammates are mixed.
Live for Speed
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If you’ve always wanted to be part of a real race and want to be as close to the action as possible, then Live for Speed is the game for you. Unlike Need for Speed, this is about accuracy and precision. So this title manages to make you feel as if you are right on the racetrack and be there live. A real experience in terms of realism and speed.
TrackMania Nations Forever
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Who did not enjoy playing with his cars and racecourse as a kid? Imagine just sitting in one of these cars and racing over the racetrack. To fly over ramps and to take different jumps with his car. This game is not about driving on almost realistic-looking tracks, but much more fun with overtaking other drivers and jet towards them in front of them. The other looping is also there and one of the highlights, it is also that you can design routes in “Baumodus” even. These are online with just two clicks and you can invite your friends to join them.
A real simulator! If you’re looking for fun, you better not watch this game. It is not without reason that car manufacturers and racing teams use this game to test their cars in a virtual environment or to get to know a racetrack better. Thanks to the work of the developers, every car was integrated and tuned into the game as well as possible. The result is a game that with a decent level of practice, an incredibly realistic experience ready.
Driving Speed 2
Although a bit more unrealistic than racers, Driving Speed 2 has been kept very realistic. If you build too many accidents, make mistakes and drive in something, then your car breaks down just as fast as in real life. Somewhat harder to set up as an online variant, it offers but afterwards maximum fun in different V8 bodies and tracks. However, a little practice should also be practiced beforehand in order to stay on track as long as possible.