Make people feel like they are doing things they can’t do in real life. VR is a way to get away from reality, whether you are solving a crime or being a soldier in the Second World War.
Another thing it can do is let you drive fast and furious cars without having to worry about getting hurt. The good news is that Meta Quest 2 has a lot of great racing games that you can’t pass up. Among these games, these are some of the best. They will help gamers enjoy their VR experience to the fullest.
1. RaceRoom Racing Experience
RaceRoom Racing Experience is a VR game that can be played on a lot of different things, including Quest 2. In 2013, this game was one of the first racing games to work with virtual reality.
RaceRoom Racing is a game that lets you play as if you were driving real cars and racing on real tracks from the official race series. DTM and WTCR to WTCC and ADAC GT Masters, this game has an entire world of professional racing that you can’t find anywhere else. This game is very rare. On Steam, RaceRoom Racing Experience is one of the best things about the game. You can play it for free.
2. Dash Dash World
For games that work on Quest 2, Dash Dash World is the best. An arcade racer with some of the best driving mechanics and a world full of colours is what it is.
Dash Dash World is a fun game for people who don’t want to play a lot of games. It has combat, fast-paced gameplay, and smooth multiplayer. Because it is in virtual reality, it stands out from other kart-racing games on the market because it is different. The game can be played with a gamepad, Oculus Touch, virtual steering, and a steering wheel.
3. Assetto Corsa
In spite of the fact that Assetto Corsa doesn’t work right away with Meta Quest 2, this game still has a lot of fun things to do. This game was released in 2014, and it is one of the best racing games that work with virtual reality.
Assetto Corsa is also a racing simulator, and is incredibly realistic in terms of gameplay. Players can connect to this game with a link cable and have a thrilling race. However, it’s not recommended to play it without a steering wheel.
4. Project Cars
First Project Cars is still one of the best racing games you can play in VR. After all, it is very well-made, new, and more realistic than many of the other games on the list. It’s possible to play this game with your Quest 2 and enjoy the “ultimate driver journey.”
In Project Cars, there are many different ways to play. This is because it is a sandbox game, which means that players can take different paths than in other games of the same type. In Project CARS, the physics simulation is also very good. This makes the VR experience of the game a lot of fun.
5. DiRT Rally 2.0
Dirt Rally 2.0 is a simulation racing game that has full-blown virtual reality support, just like the first game. In this game, the things that make it different from other simulation games on the list are the cars and how it looks outside. People who play this game will drive through, drift, and race across the off-road terrain.
If that isn’t enough, there are a lot of different weather conditions that make this a must-see in virtual reality. Dirt Rally 2.0 has levels from all over the world, and it is one of the best-looking games on the list, so you should play it.
IRacing is one of the oldest games on the list, but it’s also one of the newest. It’s very different from everything else on the list. A subscription model means that people can pay to use the game for a month, six months, or a year at a time. For this reason, the developers have spent a lot of time each year making it better.
iRacing was first released in 2008. The most stable version of the game is from 2021, and it was released in 2008. VR gamers should try this game because it has become so good over time.
7. Automobilista 2
MADNESS is the same physics engine that Project CARS 2 runs on, so in many ways, the two games are very similar in how they work and look.
Reiza has been working on AMS2 for the last 18 months, and they’ve made it even better than it was. Keep the same visuals and dynamic weather that Slightly Mad Studios used in their game title, they’ve done that, too. Less overall, but it feels like there has been a little more attention paid to what’s there.
In terms of how well it works in virtual reality, PCARS 2 is a close match. It looks good, has good sounds, and runs smoothly even when there are a lot of cars on the track. Arguably, PCARS 2’s handling physics are better than PCARS 1, but there’s still a whiff of madness in how the cars behave, and for me, that’s not a good thing.
For $99.99/£75, I paid to be an early backer of AMS2. I’m invested in this game being good; at the moment, I can only recommend it as fun VR.
8. Assetto Corsa Competizione
ACC is my favourite game right now. It hurts me to say this, but VR isn’t where it needs to be.
As far as I can tell, it’s because ACC is very resource-heavy. A lot of games would crash because the processor was too slow. This made me need to buy new motherboard and CPU, so I had to. As a result, the graphics in VR don’t look as good as they do on a computer screen.
Non-sim racing friend Gordon tried it out, and he said, “It looks a little jagged.” He was right: It is jagged. In fact, it’s a little bumpy.
Not only that, but in certain light conditions, like at dusk and dawn, the FPS slows down, which makes the game feel less real. It’s a shame, because ACC could look great in VR.