1. Dangerous Driving

Dangerous Driving is the true spiritual heir of Burnout, of its very creators. The team pretends to be so faithful to the original work that they often forget the creativity of trying to take the Formula One step further.

  1. Wreckfest

Racing, wrecking, and good physics. Wreckfest is unbridled, but also challenging and perfect to give a little variety to the driving genre inspired by classic formulas such as Destruction Derby or FlatOut. However, it adds its own personality and a sound system of progression.

  1. Crossout

A devastated land is the battlefield on which you will fight Crossout, this team multiplayer video game, in which you can freely customize the war vehicles that you will drive during the game with dozens of interchangeable parts, from light buggies to heavy off-road vehicles with caterpillars, to combat walkers.

  1. GRIP: Combat Racing

When everything works on GRIP: Combat Racing we enjoy a vertiginous and very original speed arcade that adds with its gravity-defying mechanics a new layer of depth to a racing arcade. However, sometimes we have encountered some roughness both playable, design, and techniques that make us not enjoy some of their circuits as much.

  1. Not my car

Not my car invites us to build our own combat car with their weapons and skills to launch us into a real motorized battle royal. Not my car is a video game inspired by Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds or Fortnite to create a production that confronts players in a massive fight in which only one can win.

  1. Carmageddon: Max Damage

Vehicle-fighting and savage violence for a new delivery of the veteran saga Carmageddon which, on this occasion, gives everything to offer a playable experience worthy of the current generation of video games.

  1. Auto Assault

Although you can already talk about a lot of massive online games that exist for PC, if you don’t have this, you don’t know what’s right. It is intended to be a well-remembered title and can be achieved due to a large number of modifications that are made every day on its servers.

  1. Blur

If not they would have gone hand in hand with the “tricky” artificial intelligence of the opponents, Blur would be very probably one of the best arcade speed PC in the last few years. The game’s mechanics will keep you engaged; the handling is excellent and technically reaches a level more than respectable.

  1. FlatOut

Cars stamped against the wall, pilots flying through the air, tire remains, fences and all kinds of obstacles… and we’ve only just begun! FlatOut puts you on edge with super-deformable vehicles and a physics that removes the hiccups.

  1. FlatOut 2

If you like fast games, extravagant trials, the fun of chaos in the race and you can’t run without hitting the opponent, this is your game. You’ll enjoy the good times with the collisions and get on your nerves in every race. It seeks to be in the lead and destroys absolutely everything you find.

  1. Burnout Paradise: Remastered

The mythical Burnout Paradise, one of the most memorable deliveries of the Burnout driving saga, returns to the load with a remastering for PS4, PC and Xbox One loaded with novelties and improvements: Burnout Paradise Remastered.

  1. Trackmania 2: Canyon

Addictive, challenging, frantic, fun, and creative. TrackMania has returned through the big door with refined gameplay that fits perfectly with impressive editing tools. Whether you’re a big engine enthusiast or an amateur, you shouldn’t let this opportunity slip away, because a world opens up with hundreds of hours of fun ahead of you.

  1. FlatOut 3: Chaos and Destruction

New delivery of the destructive Carmageddon driving saga, which returns to its Indie roots, under the name of Reincarnation.

  1. Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box

Burnout Paradise is an outstanding driving video game and the best speed arcade for PC in recent years. The launch has everything you should ask of a good program of these characteristics: a very tight control, challenging IA, powerful on-line, and dizzying races.