At Electronic Arts you get full throttle when it comes to racing games. According to a report by Tom Henderson on Executer, there are six games from the genre through the publisher in development.
Codemasters Cheshire and Criterion Games have come together to work on the next Need for Speed and the franchise in general. This also includes a Need for Speed for mobile devices, which is supposed to be an open world racing game.
The studio of Codemasters Birmingham, on the other hand, takes care of Formula 1. However, Codemasters should not only develop the recently announced F1 22, but also the successor F1 23 has been in the works for a long time. The latter is said to be a true next-gen game with an upgrade of the engine. In F1 23, this year’s “F1 Life” is supposed to add an introduction of “F1 World”, possibly even with private jets.
Slightly Mad Studios is currently working on Project Cars 4. With this part you want to go back to your hardcore roots as a racing simulation. The development should go well.
According to the report, another part of WRC racing is also in the Mach. The next World Rallye Championship is expected to appear annually for consoles and PC between 2023. The unreal engine is now said to be used. Preparations for a mobile offshoot should also run.
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