Every year E3 hosts the top names in electronic gaming gather at the Los Angeles Convention Center to debut the newest in “computer, video and mobile games and related products.” This years 2017 expo offered gamers a peak at what the future of racing games has in store and by the looks of the 4K game play the future looks bright.
Gran Turismo Sport
GT Sport is scheduled to be released this fall and given a prior pushback of the game’s release in order to make it perfect, expectations are high. Available only on PlayStation 4 GT Sport has been optimized for 4K gameplay at 60 FPS on PS4 Pro and is being worked on to support PlayStation VR gameplay.
Need for Speed: Payback
Coming November 10th, NFS: Payback will be available across PS4, Xbox One and PC. Drifting away slightly from NFSs of the past, Payback will incorporate three characters and action-packed missions.
The Crew 2
Similarly to GTA V, The Crew 2 goes wheels off, literally, with the incorporation of boats and planes into the gameplay. The Crew will hit the streets and your consoles in 2018 and be available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Forza Motorsport 7
Forza Motorsport 7 may have stolen the show having the debut of the Porsche 2018 911 GT2 RS at their press conference, but it stands the gameplay will give that a run for its money. With 4K playback at 60 FPS Forza 7 will drop October 10th on Xbox One and PC.