A Free and Realistic Online Racing Simulator
- Free-to-play, with regular updates
- Realistic physics and controls
- Support for single-player and online play
- Over 100 fully licensed cars
- Frame rates can be poor
- Pricing policy may put some people off
- May not appeal to casual players
- Lacks a career mode
Realistic and Competitive
Sector3 Studios worked with professional racers like Bruno Spengler and partners like the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters to create a simulation that delivers a realistic experience for players. Cars look, sound and handle like their real-life counterparts, while tracks like the Nürburgring have been accurately reproduced. In terms of game modes, players can test their skills against other players through online races, or compare times and statistics on the online leaderboards, while practice and challenge modes are available for single-player fun.
Multiple Control Methods
The game plays well with a standard controller, but really comes into its own if the user has a steering wheel and pedals. Despite its excellent physics engine and free-to-play nature, however, some players may be put off by a pricing policy, which requires players to buy additional cars and tracks on an individual basis. The cost involved in acquiring the full range of cars and tracks stacks up, but there is plenty to keep non-paying users occupied.