1. The Crew: Wild Run
The major highlight of the Gamescon Crew Wild Run is an open-world racing game and an expansion of ‘The Crew’. The game brings new visuals, cars and challenges as well. The game released on November 17, two weeks after Need for Speed 2015. The Crew has been praised for rich graphics. The game takes players to a place called ‘The Summit’ where they compete in various challenges to identify the king of the road in famous locations in the United States. The cars range from dragsters, drifters, monster trucks, motorcycles and so on.
Developer: Ivory Tower
Platform: Microsoft Windows, XBox One, PlayStation 4, XBox 360
2. Project CARS
Released in the year 2015 in May “Project CARS” can be played on Windows PC, PlayStation 4, XBox One and later on Linux. Project CARS has added a lot of popularity on widespread consoles like the XBox and PlayStation.
This is a low-budget game, Project CARS only offers a limited number of cars. Mitsubishi Evo is the only one featured in the current version. However, when it comes to realistic racing, Project CARS beats its competitors. The game assumes the structure of real life running, including practices, shakedowns, succeeding and main race on different days.
Developer: Slightly Mad Studios
Publisher: Slightly Mad Studios
Platform: Microsoft Windows, Linux, PlayStation 4, XBox One
3. Need for Speed 2015
Need for Speed is one of the renowned game of the year. This game was another major highlight at Gamescom, being a reboot of the racing game has built quite a bit of eagerness. Build by the developer EA it is opposed to former NFS games, the new installment require an online connection to play. It will be released on Microsoft Windows, XBox One and PlayStation 4 on November 3. The major change in the new game is the lack of manual transmission which was met with rage by fans.
Developer: Ghost Games
Platform: Windows, PlayStation 4, XBox One