Gran Turismo 6 will be released on the 6th December 2013 for the PlayStation 3, and the game will have some technical issues on release; the issues won't be patched until after launch however.
Burnout series developer Criterion Games, which developed last year's Need for Speed: Most Wanted, has been reduced to 16 staff, according to a tweet from creative director Alex Ward.
Italian indie developer Playstos Entertainment has announced that Real World Racing, their top-down racing game featuring real-life race tracks is now available for purchase from the official site and major digital distributors.
Free-to-play drift-athon Ridge Racer Driftopia is now available for PC racers to get their PC mitts on via PC's Steam Early Access. PC! It was announced back in April with a full release expected late in 2013.
Currently there's no multiplayer support, however its online stores are open for your business to drift in, with 10 tracks and 20 automobiles available for purchase. It was in Closed Beta last month.
Codemasters has released some free GRID 2 downloadable content which includes a Demolition Derby mode. The DLC is now available on PC and Xbox 360, and will be released next week for PlayStation 3.
Bugbear Entertainment is launching their own crowd funding campaign for something they call 'Next Car Game', with the beginning Weekend Smasher tier at $25 for the racer, which is due in early spring.
They would use Kickstarter but Finnish law frowns on "raising money for commercial purposes" and so they launched their own pre-order page. They implore fans not to hold out.
Swedish developer Ghost Games now 'owns' the Need for Speed franchise as they take over from Criterion Games, creator of the latest instalment Most Wanted. It "cannot go from black to white" anymore.
Black Box and Criterion had their own styles for Need for Speed, and that caused the veteran racer franchise to 'lose credibility'. Now fans will "know what to expect".
Creative director Julian Gerighty for Ubisoft's The Crew narrates this walkthrough trailer for the open world racer which spans all of the United States, from urban sprawls to barren desert highways.
Various missions are showcased in this latest video, which can be undertaken solo or with a 'crew' of other players. There's also a limited edition 2013 Ford Shelby GT 500 version teased.
Sony announced during the GamesCom 2013 conference that PlayStation 3 racer Gran Turismo 6 will be launching on the 6th December.
The previously announced 80s and 90s car and track content for F1 2013's Classic Edition has now been fully listed by Codemasters. 1980s Cars & Drivers and two tracks are offered to normal F1 2013 copies.
The 1990s Content is entirely exclusive to the Classic Edition, as is the Classic Tracks Pack adding Imola and Estoril. F1 2013 releases on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 October 4th in the UK.
Sure you can deafen bystanders with your muscle car's exhaust, but what about inducing some high octane blinding? Developer Ghost Games explains how racers can customise their cars-wot-go-fast.
The new 'Personalisation' feature in Rivals let gamers apply an array of colours, patterns and decals to help stand out from among the speed ticketed crowd. The studio blog us some examples.
The followup to the car combat game Gas Guzzlers Combat Carnage has been announced by Iceberg Interactive, Gas Guzzlers Extreme.
The immense 5000 km-squared world of Ubisoft's The Crew is friendly to those who prefer a more solitary race about town. The game's campaign is entirely soloable, but co-op is available "on-the-go" anytime.
The team took a "very modern approach" to have multiplayer "extremely adaptable," so players can drop in and out of online play when it suits them. You can "always blacklist someone" from traffic.
It seems that developer Playground is working on a sequel to the open world racer Forza Horizon, according to a job posting for an “unnamed Midlands-based racing developer” seeking "a Senior Environment Artist" to work on “the next edition of their successful racing title.”
The first ever free-to-play Ridge Racer has just begun its closed beta phase with registrants receiving beta keys via the official Ridge Racer Driftopia website. The beta client is available through Steam.
Namco promise the series' "signature drifting and arcade handling" remain at the heart of Driftopia. It's in development with Bugbear Entertainment, creator of Ridge Racer Unbounded.
Codemasters has announced that it has dropped the online pass for F1 2013, which would have charged players who purchased the game used to pay to play online.
The Crew is an open world racer that spans the continental United States, and developer Ivory Tower figures that the setting is a good premise for having factions based on the country's regions.
UbiSoft's shared world racer The Crew has been in development for four years, having started as a current-gen game, but shifting to next-gen. However, this is not due to any developmental issues - the game just outgrew the hardware.
Cringe worthy puns aside, the Community Patch that's been "driven by your feedback" is on its way to Codemasters' GRID 2. Fans will get the original's Demo Derby mode patched in for free.
They expect this brimming Community Patch to release sometime in August, and they've revealed a lot of its tweaks and features. They'll give us a firm date closer to the time.
Race the Sun, indie developer Flippfly's minimalistic plane racing game that passed its Kickstarter fundraising goal back in March 2013, is going into public beta. In this game, players race a solar-powered craft, using procedurally generated stages insuring every level is different.