The Best Classic Driving Games Of 2018

05/16/201916th May, 2019
Filed under Car Topics

Every year we are bombarded with new games which thanks to increased technology become hyper-realistic; however, that is not to say that the older games lose their popularity.

If you like driving fast cars and gaming and here are some of the best classic games we can find.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

No lineup would be complete without a Mario Kart entry, Nintendo really cracked the imagination of their players when they bought this game to the market for the first time. In this version of the game, you will find a collection of some of the best old and new tracks, your favourite customisable characters and some of the best racing on the circuit.

If you choose to play in Grand Prix mode, you will find there are four different levels for which you need to become a master and of course this is a multiplayer game. So whether you want to take on people in the same room as you or head online to take on other players across the world, there is plenty on offer.

Well, this version of the game actually launched in 2017 on Switch, and Mario kart remains one of the most popular driving games ever invented. This particular version is still one of the best-selling games on the consoles in today’s charts.

Burnout Paradise

This is another series based racing game that features various chapters and Burnout Paradise is set in Paradise city and was launched in 2008 for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.

A high octane game that has a series of objectives for players to complete and it features an all new cops and robbers game mode which was instantly really popular.

There is lots of stunt gameplay, and the game was remastered in 2018 this time for the PS for Xbox One and PC. If you love driving games are more realistic and less cartoon based, then this could be the perfect game for you.

F1 2018

The Formula One series has been around for many years with fans eagerly awaiting the new release with new drivers each season. We have chosen the 2018 version which was designed to be as close as possible as the real deal, and it indeed serves the purpose.

There are the 21 Circuits that the drivers used to race on the ten teams that completed that year and the 20 drivers who drove for them. It is a beautiful game that is an exact replica of the action seen live on the tracks, The visual effects are as close to real as possible, and there is so much going on that a true Formula One fan will certainly not be disappointed.

The game has been released on PS4, Xbox One and PC and even if you’re not a fan of Formula One but just enjoy driving games, there is plenty on offer including car upgrades and a progression system. The features ensure this is a totally awesome offering for driving game fans everywhere.

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