Here Are 4 Car Games To Cure Your COVID Boredom
If you're a gamer, check this out!
I've always enjoyed car games, and ever since we got an Xbox 360 nearly 11 years ago, I've played through as many car games as I can get my hands on. Forza, Need For Speed, Driver: San Fransisco, I've played the lot. Throughout this time, I've made note of what I've liked, and what I haven't liked. This is a list of the 5 best car games to cure your COVID boredom. All these games are on sale as of the 11th of October, 2020. They could on console, tablet or phone, but they all have one thing in common: Cars.
I hope you enjoy.
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4: Forza Horizon 4
Easily the most popular Xbox racing game series of all time, Forza has managed to merge open world racing, and track days, in a way few others have. My personal favourite Forza game is either Forza Horizon 3, or Forza Horizon 4. FH4 is set in the UK, and has over 450 cars built in. You can race your friends, or computers, and you can explore the UK in your own customized car. It could take years to explain, so I'll just say this: I definetly reccomend this game, although it is the most expensive one on this list. It is available on Xbox and PC.
Dynamic seasons change everything at the world’s greatest automotive festival. Go it alone or team up with others to explore beautiful and historic Britain in a shared open world. Collect, modify and drive over 450 cars. Race, stunt, create and explore – choose your own path to become a Horizon Superstar.
3: The Crew 2
The sequel to the original hit game from Ubisoft, the Crew 2 takes map design and map size to a whole new level. The map is a scaled down version of the United States of America, and you can travel to any of your favourite cities, by Car, Plane, Bike or even Boat. As a result of the broad range of transports, the assortment of cars is limited, as the game needs to make space for the bikes and other vehicles, which can all be customized to your hearts desire. The game is available on the Xbox, PS4 and PC.
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2: Need For Speed: Heat
The newest game on this list, Need For Speed: Heat, follows the street racing scene of the US, and allows you to race around the streets of Palm City. With Cops around every corner, you'll have to use your cunning to stay out of trouble. Whilst this game is less well known, don't let that fool you into thinking it's bad. It's not. It's available on Xbox, PS4 and PC.
Hustle by day and risk it all at night in Need for Speed™ Heat, a thrilling street race experience that pits you against a city’s rogue police force.
1: Asphalt 8/9
The Asphalt series is arguably the most successful racing game on the mobile. It combines real world racing with arcade style powerups and driving. With console grade graphics and a large assortment of cars and bikes to choose from, the possibilites are endless, although I must admit there are very few opportunities to customize your vehicles, aside from paintjobs and power upgrades. The games are free, and are available on the Windows, IOS, Android and Nintendo Switch.
Do you agree with my choices? Do you have any other reccomendations?
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