Thursday 13 August 2020

TOP 10 Xbox One Racing Games

10. Burnout Paradise Remastered

It really doesn’t get any better than speeding down the track listening to Welcome to the Jungle. Boasting beautifully updated visuals, Burnout Paradise Remastered reminds players why Burnout were once the leaders of the racing genre. The game plays ridiculously well today and is still one of the most bad-ass racers out there – quite simply, a good old-fashioned arcade game. A hell of a lot to love here.

9. Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered

It’s time to reignite the pursuit. Easily the greatest entry in the acclaimed Need for Speed series, Hot Pursuit has been given a fresh coat of paint with this passionate remaster that has it looking, sounding and playing better than ever. Giving players the chance to unleash a savage sense of speed as both outlaws and cops, this thrilling racing title is an absolute beast that will have you feeling the need for speed.

8. WRC 10

Packed with 20 legendary cars to drive over 120 special stages, 6 historic rallies and 4 2021 rallies, WRC10 is a real goldmine of four-wheeled delights for fans of the series. This is a thrilling and fast-paced racer that acts as something of a love letter to 50 years of the World Rally Championship, with addictive gameplay and mesmerising visuals that pull the player right into the action.

7. Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled

Definitely the most nostalgic entry on this list, the remastered CTR is an absolute delight for all ages. Kicking the gameplay into a higher gear than ever before, Nitro-Fueled brings all the modes, characters, tracks and power-ups that you remember, while adding additional content from Crash Nitro Kart. The result is a colourful, exciting and accessible game for players of all ages and skill levels to enjoy. A masterpiece of fun.

6. MotoGP 20

In this thrilling entry into the MotoGP gaming series, players can experience all the excitement of the richly detailed Managerial CAreer mode or hit the tracks themselves with their fully customisable bike and suit. With realistic physics, improved visuals and historic content allowing players to relive MotoGP history and compete with legendary riders, this remarkable racing title is an absolute must for anyone who wants to feel the power of Moto GP.

5. Project CARS 2

Marketing itself as the pinnacle of authenticity, Project CARS 2 was fine-tuned by pro drivers, making the game’s precision physics, weather conditions and vehicle handling feel stronger than they ever have in the genre. With over 170 licensed cars and a staggering track roster, Project CARS 2 combines stunning realism with racing fun, and the result is one of the finest racing games available on the Xbox.

4. DiRT 5

This bold off-road racing title puts players behind the wheel of an eclectic and exciting roster of cars - from rally icons to trucks - and allows them to hit the tracks in over 70 unique routes across 10 different locations. With local split-screen support of up to four players, DiRT 5 is the perfect couch racing game to battle for victory with your pals - or, you can fly solo in the game’s Career Mode featuring beloved gaming voice talents Troy Baker and Nolan North.

3. Forza Motorsport 7

As one of the leading franchises in the racing genre, it’s no surprise that Forza makes multiple appearances on this list. The 7th part of the flagship Motorsport series is a passionate and beautiful game that boasts over 700 customisable cars, including the largest collection of Ferraris, Porsches, and Lamborghinis ever. With over 30 famous destinations and 200 ribbons, this is a comprehensive epic for petrolheads. 

2. F1 2021

With cutting-edge visuals, solid customisation and a compelling story mode to enjoy, F1 2021 is an incredible introduction to the series - and indeed the sport - for newcomers, while also offering enough new features over previous instalments to please longtime fans. The game looks and plays stunningly, resulting in one of the best and most realistic racing titles in modern gaming.

1. Forza Horizon 5

Building upon everything that Forza Horizon 4 did so well, this fivequel proves itself as the champion of open-world racing with another grand and expansive entry packed with things to see and do. This time taking the action to a fictionalised representation of Mexico (the largest map in the series to date, 50% bigger than in the fourth entry), this is one of the most diverse and exciting games in the entire Forza catalogue.

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