The February Forza Motorsport 7 ‘Dell Gaming Car Pack’ is packed full with virtually all modern machinery, including… the big bad Bugatti Chiron.
Assetto Corsa Ultimate Edition is announced and stays true to its given name, delivering a fully-featured and content-rich complete package that will be out April 20th for PS4 and Xbox One.
Players of Assetto Corsa on PlayStation 4 are the first of the console pair to be able to experience Laguna Seca and the seven amazing cars that are included in the Bonus Pack 3 content pack
Nine more Porsche cars and a track that is special to the marque are coming to Project CARS 2 in early March with the ‘Porsche Legends Pack’.
A new January update for Gran Turismo Sport brings another 10 incredible cars, the Monza race track, plus more, continuing to improve the game and move it further away from its rather dodgy start.
The next selection of GT Sport DLC cars comes next week with a new update and with inclusions such as a Toyota Supra, Dodge Viper and the Ferrari 330 P4, we reckon it will be very well received.
It’s been a bit of a wait to find out just what the first main Forza Motorsport 7 Car Pack of 2018 will contain, but now we know.
Two all-new and fun hot hatches from Hyundai will be arriving on Forza Motorsport 7 for free this January.
With a world record title at stake, BMW partner up and get inventive, creating a mid-drift refuelling system that powers them, and the 2018 M5, to absolutely destroy the previous record holder.
Need for Speed Payback will get online free roam in 2018, a feature that is sorely missed at the moment and is therefore one of the main requests by players.