Gran Turismo Sport, Forza Motorsport 7, Project Cars 2; Car Racing Games To Launch In 2017
This is the year for avid car gamers. Exciting car racing games are lined up for launching this 2017. The most prominent titles that any gamer would want as an addition to their video game collection include Gran Turismo Sport, Forza Motorsport 7, Project Cars 2, Need For Speed 2017 and many more.
As far as car racing games is concerned, 2017 is loaded with both new comers and returning car racing franchise. Interesting games such as the DiRT Rally for Xbox One and Motorsport Manager for PC are gaining attention. This year, staple car game franchises are scheduled to make a comeback.
Gran Turismo Sport
Gran Turismo Sport is one of the most car racing game come 2017. GT Spirit reports that the game is set to offer players with 140 different vehicles to drive around 19 different locations and drift along 27 various circuits. Excitement is still high over Gran Turismo Sport's superb graphics and sound selection.
Gran Turismo Sport was initially scheduled for release last summer but Polyphony Digital announced that delays were inevitable. Game makers wanted to sharpen the game and correct errors and failures detected while testing.
Project Cars 2
Slightly Mad Studios is best known as the creator of top car racing games including Need for Speed: Shift and Need for Speed: Shift 2 Unleashed. The studio is also behind Project CRAS, one of the most played driving game.
After the huge success from PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows 10, the game maker announced the scheduled release of Project CARS 2 in 2017. The developer confirmed that the second game installment will feature over 200 circuits in 50 locations with more than 200 vehicles among 40 classes.
Forza Motorsport 7
Forza Motorsport 7 is the anticipated saga of one of the leading car racing games. The game is reported to be developed by Turn 10 Studios while Microsoft Studios take charge of distribution. There has been no official announcement as to its release date yet says Auto World News.
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