Codemasters has revealed a summer release date for F1 2018 on all platforms. As last year’s game proved, there’s plenty that the 2018 game has to live up to. Don’t believe us? Take a look at our F1 2017 review for yourself. Spoiler alert: we loved it.
The sequel to last year’s NASCAR Heat Evolution has officially been announced by 704Games. Arriving September 12, NASCAR Heat 2 promises to build upon the previous game’s foundation, along with bringing in new features.
PC players of Assetto Corsa will receive another shot of cars in the driving sim in only a few days. After the surprise announcement last week, Kunos Simulazioni has released additional shots of three of the incoming race cars.
May is off to a good start thanks to last week’s Forzathon, which offered one of the oldest Porsches as a reward. For this weekend, a more modern machine is up for grabs. With a title of “Lead The Way,” you’ll be led to another one of Stuttgart’s finest and other treasures in this Forzathon.
Following the launch of the weighty Hot Wheels Expansion for Forza Horizon 3, Playground Games has released a significant update for the PC version of the game, introducing welcome changes to players running the game on lower specifications.
Slightly Mad Studios has unveiled the various pre-order editions of Project CARS 2, with three offerings for European customers that cover a wide spectrum of goodies — and price points. The available options include the Ultra, Collector’s, and Limited Editions.
One criticism often leveled at Gran Turismo regards its sounds, with Kazunori Yamauchi himself apologizing for the audio quality. A promise of change has proven to be true for the latest iteration of the series, at least in this early beta phase.
Last week, Team VVV was fortunate enough to get some seat time with Project CARS 2, testing out the recently announced inclusion of the Red Bull Ring. There was a catch though: recorded video would be done with a controller instead of the expected sim racing rig.