How is 2021 line up of driving games going to be like?

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Hello

The following driving games of 2021 are:

The ones that are out now:

  • Curve Racer
  • Destruction AllStars
  • #DRIVE (Switch Version)
  • Taxi Chaos
  • Monster Jam Steel Titans 2
  • WRC 9 (Switch Version)

Scheduled to release:

  • Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Video Game 4
  • Beach Buggy Racing 2: Island Adventure
  • Can't Drive This
  • MotoGP 2021
  • Hot Wheels Unleashed

The ones that might get announced in the next couple of months:

  • Forza Horizon 5
  • F1 2021
  • WRC 10

Delayed until 2022:

  • Gran Turismo 7
  • Next Need For Speed

For Forza Motorsport Reboot and Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown, I guess both may get delayed until 2022 so their respective developers can have extra time to polish them.

P.S If there is no WRC 10 or Forza Horizon 5 by this year then I think it's going to be stale in my opinion.

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I think there might be a new GRID this year. Last one came out 2019, and Dirt Rally and 4 both got sequels after two years.

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Wow the state of driving games is...not good right now. For the casual fan who plays 1 or 2 a year it's alright, but the vast majority of games are niche, low budget, or just plain bad.

In the old days we'd get like 10-15 high budget titles per year. They weren't all great, but lots of them were. Now we get bare bones games like Destruction Allstars or outright garbage like Taxi Chaos.

What I'm saying is...Ubisoft needs to remaster Driver: San Francisco!

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WRC 10 won't happen. Codemasters have the license. Monster Jam 2 is kind of schizophrenic. As soon as you take the trucks out of the arena, the bouncy suspension gets completely found out.

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I think there might be a new GRID this year. Last one came out 2019, and Dirt Rally and 4 both got sequels after two years.

I hope the new GRID will be better than GRID 2019.

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I'm a 31-year-old man that's looking forward to a Hot Wheels game.

I'm totally down for building tracks since I didn't have a lot of those sets as a kid; just the cars really.

Also, let's consider some indie titles such as CrashMetal - Cyberpunk and Night-Runners.

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Wow the state of driving games is...not good right now. For the casual fan who plays 1 or 2 a year it's alright, but the vast majority of games are niche, low budget, or just plain bad.

In the old days we'd get like 10-15 high budget titles per year. They weren't all great, but lots of them were. Now we get bare bones games like Destruction Allstars or outright garbage like Taxi Chaos.

What I'm saying is...Ubisoft needs to remaster Driver: San Francisco!

It's true that Destruction AllStars and Taxi Chaos are both look mediocre and underwhelming.

Perhaps Ubisoft needs to release a sequel to Driver: San Francisco.