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The foremost racing games of 2022

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Racing games are typically utilized as a showcase for new consoles, but every year sees new titles in a genre with devoted fans. How many other genres, after all, have special accessories for playing them?

Gran Turismo, Need for Speed, and new entrants in the F1, WRC, and Horizon Chase series made 2022 a fantastic year for racers of all stripes. They demonstrated how racing games are much more than simply automobiles racing around a track.

The game that we think is the best racing game of 2022 is…

Gran Turismo 7

Gran Turismo 7 is a wonderful return to form after almost 10 years and just in time for Sony’s biggest first-party series’ 25th anniversary. The PS1’s real single-player career experience returns with iconic Gran Turismo tracks. Because it ruled the genre on PS1 and PS2, Gran Turismo 7 is the best. It boasts outstanding aesthetics, a great driving experience, and more customization options than ever before. The predatory microtransaction system exposed until after its debut, which is frustrating. The always-online game’s case was hurt by a long and unexpected server outage shortly after its introduction, which prohibited us from playing for more than a day. The game is still an excellent racing game despite these limitations.

F1 22

Codemasters’ long-running F1 series had its own somewhat overdue makeover this year, with some freshened-up presentation coming with this season’s brand-new vehicles, coupled with some of the largest rule shake-ups in the sport in four decades. F1 22 maintains this series’ podium position with its first-rate graphics and handling, class-leading career mode (bolstered by new budget options to suit veteran players who may be getting a little tired of clawing their way up from the bottom of the grid every year), and its appealing range of difficulty options and assists – even if the new lifestyle-focused outfit and living space customization mode are a little naff.

Horizon Chase 2

While the spectacular Horizon Chase Turbo’s sequel hasn’t yet arrived on consoles and personal computers, its exclusive debut on Apple Arcade has already brought it a lot of new admirers. With a killer new soundtrack composed by famed retro games composer Barry Leitch, Horizon Chase 2 is a love letter to ’90s 16-bit and arcade races like Top Gear and OutRun. It developed by the Brazilian firm Aquiris. With more than forty new circuits and several cooperative and competitive multiplayer options, the addictive blend of arcade racing and fuel/nitro management from the predecessor is back (including, finally, online play). We fell in love with its endearing retro-styled visuals all over again, screamed at the screen after completing a race with almost little gasoline left, and went back to find all the trinkets we missed the first time. A fantastic retro racing that can compete with games with larger budgets.

Gran Turismo 7

Gran Turismo 7 is a wonderful return to form after almost 10 years and just in time for Sony’s biggest first-party series’ 25th anniversary. The PS1’s real single-player career experience returns with iconic Gran Turismo tracks. Because it ruled the genre on PS1 and PS2, Gran Turismo 7 is the best. It boasts outstanding aesthetics, a great driving experience, and more customization options than ever before. The predatory microtransaction system exposed until after its debut, which is frustrating. The always-online game’s case hurt by a long and unexpected server outage shortly after its introduction, which prohibited us from playing for more than a day. The game is still an excellent racing game despite these limitations.

Need for Speed Unbound

While the anime-inspired animation flourishes in Need for Speed Unbound have garnered attention and the overall visuals appear to be causing some controversy, the arcade racing beneath has remained strong. Despite the franchise moving from the now-defunct Ghost Games to arcade racing specialists Criterion, Unbound is pretty similar to 2019’s Need for Speed Heat. But, given that Heat was a much-needed course correction for the series, this isn’t necessarily a negative thing.

WRC Generations

In WRC Generations, KT Racing threw out all the stops for its farewell dance with the official WRC license before it clatters over to the team at rival rally gurus Codemasters. WRC Generations is a fantastic racing package that jam-packed with the most liberal variety of stages we’ve ever seen in a rally game and a huge range of championship-winning vehicles from the 50-year history of the sport. From the expansive savannah of Kenya to the cold grooves of Sweden, the tight asphalt of Germany to the damp woodlands of Wales, almost every nation that has hosted a round of the World Rally Championship over the previous ten years is here and well portrayed. WRC Generations is a pretty excellent effort with a terrific sense of weight and a superb sense of speed, plus some nice tweaks to WRC 10’s personalization features.

Hence, those are all of the games that you may choose to play here. If you are interested in further suggestions for racing games, have a look at the following lists: MotoGP 22, Coreball, Redout 2, and CarX Street are among the games available. You may be certain that you will come across anything that piques your curiosity.

 

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