Driving video games

There are lots of driving video games out there that you can download to help pass the time during lockdown. They’re great fun to play by yourself or in an online competition with your friends. Take a look at some of our driving video game recommendations for your next download.

Dirt Rally 2.0

For an incredible virtual off road experience, give Dirt Rally 2.0 a try. The hyper realistic racing experience offers you the chance to compete in a variety of timed stage events. The weather changes just as much as the terrain forcing you to change up your driving style if you want to win.

Need For Speed

There are a lot of Need for Speed games that you can buy, but we’d recommend either Hot Pursuit or Most Wanted. Race your way through very realistic worlds, avoiding the police and other traffic wherever possible to secure your victory.

F1 2020

Forget race cancellations, F1 2020 lets you play the championship that should have happened were it not for coronavirus restrictions. Create your race team and put your virtual driving skills to the test, increasing your driver rating to unlock new goodies.   

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Mario Kart Deluxe 8

Mario Kart is a time honoured favourite so it had to make our list of the best driving video games! Who needs a real feel driving simulation to have fun? Mario Kart Deluxe 8 offers a sophisticated driving experience, varied handling, and all the fun chaos of the gaming arena.

Forza Horizon 4

Hit the virtual road and experience stunning changing seasons in this large, open world racing game. You’ll get to test your digital driving skills in dry, wet, muddy and icy conditions in over 450 cars. This game even gives you the freedom to create your own race routes to torment your friends with!  

WRC 9

Like F1 2020, WRC 9 lets you live out an uninterrupted rally racing experience where no races were postponed or cancelled for the pandemic. You get some spectacular locations in this game, including Kenya, New Zealand and Japan.

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