Three of the most widely appreciated racing video games are "Grid Autosport," "Need for Speed: Rivals" and "Project Cars." "Grid Autosport" from Codemasters is based on extreme realism and authenticity. "Need for Speed: Rivals" from Electronic Arts offers a less realistic but engaging style.
"Need for Speed" is one of the most successful video game franchises of all time. "Need for Speed: Rivals" is the 20th installment in the series. The game action takes place in a fictional open-world environment, where players take on the role of a cop or a racer. Each role has its own distinct play style and storyline.
In "Grid Autosport," professional racing drivers compete in the world of motor sport. There are five game modes available, with different racing styles: Touring, Endurance, Open-Wheel, Drift and Street Races. The game's new and improved handling model features an authentic in-car view and aims to recreate the feel of real cars.
"Project Cars" released an updated version in June 2015. The player can choose from various motor sports and participate in races either against virtual players or in online races against other players. The races are intense and the handling has an authentic feel.
All three games feature real-world car brands. Their quality graphics give the player a credible and captivating experience. Also, all three are available on both PC and consoles.