7 Best Driving Games For PC
We dig deep and come up with the 7 best driving games for PC. Want to see what makes our list? Read on.
It comes as no surprise that nothing quite gives the thrill of strapping yourself into the driving seat of a race car, starting your engine, and pushing cars to their absolute limits.
Project CARS 2
Forza Motorsport 7
Forza Horizon 5
As much as most people would love to be able to do this every day, unless you have an unlimited budget and own a racetrack, then chances are you are looking for the next best thing.
PC gaming is arguably the closest option out there, and with all sorts of gaming rigs available to emulate reality, just about anything is possible.
What do I need to get started?
Well, obviously a PC is the first vital step here!
With the convenient ability to upgrade necessary components when required rather than buy a completely new console at each release, gamers often favor PCs.
Before buying, ensure that your PC meets the minimum system requirements to save disappointment when playing your brand-new game for the first time.
We feel that racing games are best on a steering wheel and pedal setup, which can be purchased reasonably at the lower end of the market, right through to ultra-realistic brands such as Fanatec.
A recommended cheaper alternative is to use a joypad, with many people opting to use the Xbox remote. For viewing upgrades, some people opt for a triple-monitor setup.
In contrast, others push the boundaries and step into the VR opportunity, which comes at a price but offers the ultimate experience.
Thankfully, after testing, we have gotten away without scraped knuckles or oil stains to bring you our list of the 7 Best Driving Games for PC.
7 – WRC 7
The latest official game of the World Rally Championship has arrived to compete alongside the highly acclaimed DiRT Rally and DiRT 4. Causing somewhat of an argument amongst fans of the titles, it appears to be down to personal preference as to what game best suits your loose gravel needs!
This is undoubtedly a game for those who are patient and willing to perfect their skills on varied surfaces, expect to end up in a few ditches on the road to progress!
WRC 7 review
Gamespot’s James Swinbanks shared his thoughts:
“In a time where video games focus on making themselves pop with fancy special effects and extra side content, WRC 7 takes a more direct approach to both its presentation and gameplay. All the real-life teams, cars and sponsors are represented across the three tiers of competition; Junior WRC, WRC2 and the WRC, giving you the full gamut of options to choose from when taking on a single rally stage, an entire three day event or a full custom championship.”
“For all its minor faults and bare-bones nature in comparison to others, WRC 7 is still an enjoyable,…