Top 10 Best PlayStation 4 Racing Games | PS4 Racing

Top 10 Best PlayStation 4 Racing Games | PS4 Racing

Opening our list of Top 10 PS4 Racing games
is Tour de France 2015 We do away with the usual cars and motorbikes
and enter the world of professional bike marathons. Ride past Europe’s iconic landmarks, as you
push and pedal your way past thousands of aspiring finishers. It’s unlike any of fast paced games on this
list, it’s first and foremost, a marathon simulation. You control a team of riders, and you can
switch between them as you please. Maneuver your team around flocks of racers,
and put them in the best positions. It’s long and arduous, and perfect for racers
who want to know the effort it takes to win the Tour de France. While it’s an odd choice for subject matter,
and a bit lacking in stylistic flair, it’s a cycling enthusiasts dream with a PlayScore
of 7.54. 9. Riptide GP: Renegade From a game company that specializes in speedy
aquatic competitions, comes another high-octane cruise against the currents of futuristic
streams. This isn’t some sight-seeing trip, steer your
hydrojets through cybernetic landscapes and make your way to the finish line. Execute daring exhibitions like backflips
and supermans to boost your speed and beat the competition. For a game designed for the iPad, it looks
good, pulling off that certain retro-futuristic atmosphere. Despite it’s rather grey hues, it’s and clean
and minimalistic and offers moments of awe as planes drift across the sky. Along with a slew of different game modes,
it also has multiplayer modes for local splitscreen with friends, or for online battles with other
players. It has a PlayScore of 7.82. 8. TRON RUN/r Another futuristic sci-fi racer, this time
from Disney Interactive. It’s a stark contrast as you dive into a world
of dazzling lights and electronic music straight from the TRON Universe. If you’ve ever wanted to ride one of their
awesome bikes, this is your chance to do it. Enter the neon void as you jump, fly, and
cycle as you make your way out of TRON City. Run on walls, and avoid obstacles in disc
races, or reach the escape portal in the nick of time in cycle races. With it’s array characters, cycles, and
modes, your stay in Tron City isn’t as bad as they make it out to be. It has a PlayScore of 8.02. 7. Need for Speed Rivals Explore the two sides of the coin as you play
the fugitive and the law in an exciting open world. Need for Speed Rivals’ has two separate
storylines for society’s opposing forces. Play the rebel with Zephyr, a renowned street
racer famous for outrunning the long arm the law; or, sign up for the county’s Police
Department and wreck them at their own game. It’s two different stories and playstyles,
with the same fast and furious gameplay of the franchise. In this open-world racer, fair play isn’t
necessary. You’ll have an arsenal of traps at your
disposal to throw at your unwitting opponents. Call in roadblocks, drop some spike traps,
and so much more. Once you’re familiar with the terrain, you
might even find a few shortcuts to shorten the road to victory. It has a PlayScore of 8.09. 6. Trackmania Turbo Drop into a frenetic and gravity defying formula
racer that puts a modern twist on classic arcade racing. Nadeo’s Trackmania combines 90’s arcade aesthetics
with impressive sound design and smooth visuals. Every one of its 200 tracks is riddled with
urban signages fit for the country of your choosing. There’s four different environments and four
different gameplays. Ride the physics-defying loop the loops of
Rollercoaster Lagoon, and prepare your stunts for the rough rides around country valleys. And, if you’ve finished all tracks, you
can always head onto the trackbuilder for handcrafted or randomized tracks to fill the
rest of your days. There’s another challenge to overcome with
its innovative double-driver mode where two players have to work together to steer a single
racecar to the finish line. But, it’s all made easy with its simple
and intuitive controls. It’s has a PlayScore of 8.19. 5. Trials Fusion Put on your helmets guys. It won’t help, but you’re definitely gonna
need it as you crash over and under and over again in the game’s collection of frustratingly
difficult tracks. It’s a 3D world with a 2 dimensional plane
to let you lean forwards and backwards to reach the seemingly impossible platforms. It’s level designs are well-thought out, if
a little daunting. It’s trial, and a whole lot of errors. Crash a few dozen times and build up your
skills so you can backflip onto gigantic blimps, and three-sixty over the highest trenches. The satisfaction of mastering a track and
making that final crash into victory is all so worth it in the end. Spice up the competition by beating friends
in multiplayer or climbing the leaderboards. Just don’t play it around your mom. It has a PlayScore of 8.24. 4. Driveclub Bikes We’re going back to the tarmac as the Driveclub
series expands their racing repertoire. Put aside your fancy four-wheelers and expose
yourselves to the breakneck speeds of these two-wheeled machines. It retains the sleek and minimalist designs,
adding a few reworks to fix the bugs that haunted the franchise. With a few masterful strokes, Bikes becomes
a polished version, complete with exclusive additions, smoother framerates, and an improved
handling model that gives you more flexibility for those steep curves. There’s 12 different bikes to collect and
customize, each more powerful than the next. So lean against the asphalt, sneak in a few
wheelies, and watch your opponents eat your dust. It has a PlayScore of 8.26. 3. Project CARS This community assisted masterpiece has raised
the bar on realism, creating one of the most authentic motorsport simulations to date. Experts, pro-racers, and thousands of racing
enthusiasts came together to make a technologically advanced racing game that competes with the
likes of heavyweights Gran Turismo and Forza. the real world, there’s a lot of small aspects
that seek to dampen your speed and challenge your performance like temperatures and changing
weather. This game has all of them. Not only does it look realistic, laying a
careful hand on every car, track, and wheel down to the last polygon, but it also has
a dynamic environment that will affect your driving experience. In Approved by real-life racers, it’s probably
the closest you’ll ever get to real racetracks. It has a PlayScore of 8.34. 2. F1 2016 After the seemingly rushed F1 2015, our 2nd
place entry is Codemaster returning to grace and form. Live out your formula one dreams and become
a racing legend in a career mode that’s teeming with content. Develop your car and career, along with agents,
and your team of engineers. Whether on the track or out, it delivers unbelievable
immersion, packed with all the behind the scenes drama. There’s a lot of hard decisions to make. With the last lap looming in the distance,
will you finally listen to Jeff, your racing engineer, as he warns you about an imminent
danger? Or will you shut him up with your voice commands,
and take that risky dive? It’s lauded by many as one of the best formula
one games yet, and it probably will be for a very long time. It has a PlayScore of 8.34. Here are the runners-up before we reveal the
number one: 11. MotoGP 14. Be a real rider in this new and improved MotoGP
Game. Hit the track with badass legendary champions
throughout all MotoGP Games and race through its brand new Argentina circuit. It has a PlayScore of 7.45
12. Ride. Seek the thrill of licensed motorcycles and
ride through 15 unique locations from all around the world. Choose from over 100 motorbikes. Grab a friend and ride together! It has a PlayScore of 7.44
13. Table Top Racing: World Tour. The pedal to the metal has shrunk. Race through realistic tracks and be a miniscule
car running away from falling stones, pebbles and cans. It has a PlayScore of 7.37
14. The Crew. Although it’s not the best racing game to
ever hit the market, the Crew still makes a damn good impression to badass vehicle-racing
games that reminisces the days of NFS: Underground. It’s edgy and the United States is your
playground. It has a PlayScore of 7.36
15. MXGP: The Official Motocross Videogame. Race through multiple tracks, and smell the
burning rubber on sandy dunes. Dominate the ranks and go championships after
championships. It has a PlayScore of 7.32 And our number one PS4 Racing game is DiRT
Rally. Wow, another Codemasters game? Not only did they make the best formula one
racer yet, they’ve also cracked the Dirt Rally formula with an amazing game to prove
it. Buckle your seatbelt as you take a drive on
the world’s most unforgiving terrain. Ride along rain-dipped valleys, snowcapped
hills, and sandy deserts. But don’t let the scenic landscapes and
detailed vehicles deceive you. Every stage will test your skill, concentration,
and patience. Along with the unforgiving cliff edges, you’ll
have to deal with the mechanical failures. Engines will overheat, tires will get punctured,
repairs will eat into your precious time. The game is hard, you got that right. But it’s one of the coolest things about
it. With it’s hair-pullingly accurate rally
races and world famous off-road racecars, it’s the best racing game on the PS4 with a PlayScore of 8.56.

100 Replies to “Top 10 Best PlayStation 4 Racing Games | PS4 Racing”

  1. Gt sport and the dirt franchise are the only ones ive played that are worth playing.( Drive club, project cars 2, are trash.) Cant wait for the crew 2

  2. Be frank I don't have any console and I have a bad laptop and I am watching this video that I hope one day I will get any of this console😑😑😑

  3. I might get an xbox just because on ps4, people don't make games like forza so now I'm mad so that's why I searched the best car games for ps4 so I don't have to worry about forza but I'll still want it either way cause on forza you're able to do a lot while ps4 game you're only able to do so little that ps4 car games can't never compete with forza unless somebody make a game like forza and with the muscle cars and the tuning the forza has as well so I don't have to spend as much and constantly talk to my friends on ps4 or choose to play the xbox

  4. Riptide GP: Renegade looks like the Jet Moto series that was on the original Playstation. I remember playing that series with my old man and talking an insane amount of trash while he dominated me. I think I might pick that game up and surprise my old man with a gaming session.

  5. I'm just patiently waiting on a pro-street remaster, best need for speed in my opinion, I loved the in depth car customization

  6. Ps4 has shit “racing” games Xbox has so many other racing games like the forza series half of ps4s racing games are ether unrealistic like tron but doesn’t Sony know we love realism it seems Xbox know what we like that’s why I switched to Xbox because I missed out on forza and Xbox let’s us play old games we have played or haven’t

  7. I really miss how games used to be authentic and creative. Nowadays, it's just all about stupid graphics and hyper realism. No good kart racing games to be found on this useless platform. I wish I had a Wii U instead of a PS4 just for the ol' Mario Kart. But good attempt anyways. Like given.

  8. "If you ever wanted to ride the tron bikes here your chance" oh man glad I can finally play a tron game no ones ever thought of that

  9. Im writing this comment before watching this video, im guessing Wipeout Omega Collection isn't in this list. If im wrong, oh well, not deleting

  10. ,we have to tell this companies to work on combat racing games with intense gameplay and violence enough to keep us online forever

  11. I would like to play a car racing game without having to blow stuff up, or crash other peoples cars with missiles traps and dumbass shit like that.
    They've remastered so many games, cant they remaster need for speed underground 2 or make similar games? Miss those old games.

  12. 8:10 Not only did Codemasters make the best Formula 1 game yet.. uhm no, this is utterly false. Grand Prix Legends and Geoff Crammonds Grand Prix series are still the best, especially as Codies have made like 9 F1 games now they still lack some of the best features that Grand Prix 1-4 had over 20yrs ago.. Yes the codies game does look nice but its very simplistic and dumbed down.

  13. Riptide gp renegade is available on Android and it's price so cheap better than PS4.. (Sorry for bad english)

  14. When ps3 came out i bought it to play gran turismo. Now I bought a PS4 to play gt but I ended up buying F1 2018 first. Not disappointed 👌

  15. These bitches are no match for Downhill Domination of PS2, since then nothing in the racing category could tempt me / weighted any significance in my sight. I mean nothing close like to it could be produced ever ( even if the same developers give it a shot again)!

  16. Need For Speed: Rivals sounds almost like Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit
    Can someone either confirm or deny this?

  17. Motorstorm in my opinion will always be the best racing game I will have ever played. On top of the reason it was the first game I ever played, the absolute chaos and unique mak designs placed it in it's own top category. Please God in heaven let there be a GOOD sequel.

  18. Ps4 race game status: simply pathetic👍💩💩👍- forget it im just going to jam on some GT2 from the 90's…power 2 old schoo!!

  19. Tron runners is crap,they should bring tron the game from ps3 over to ps4,very much like the movie and fun to play for the platinum trophy

  20. You include garbage motorcycles and stupid hovering bikes on the list but don't even mention actual racing games? You gay or something?

  21. stopped watching when i see tour de france and how you rank the games.. i mean if a zelda fanboy does the review it gets a 10 so then in your top 10 it ends up on the 1st place.. review the games yourself scores that are made by fanboys you should not take serious

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