FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15 is out now on PC for fans of the sport. The game has been produced under license by BSI Speedway Ltd so it features all the stadiums and riders from the 2015 season including Tai Woffinde, Greg Hancock, Jaraslaw Hampel and Nicki Pedersen.
Techland claim to have produced the most realistic speedway simulator ever, and that includes well-known commentator Nigel Pearson. It also means mastering motorcycles with no brakes or gearbox, plenty of power, and the dirt tracks which have a dynamically changing surface providing better or worse grip.
There are two riding modes – arcade allows you to get into the action, while the simulation mode involves controlling the rider body balance and position as well as your motorcycle. And you’ll be able to compete for the World Champion title and take on 2-4 players in online multiplayer.
You can set up your bike to get the most grip and to adapt to bigger circuits with longer straights. Throughout the championship you’ll be able to repair and replace parts, and get more power from your engine – and you can make the tweaks to your motor for the most important heats and races in any championship meeting.
FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15 is out now on PC for $24.99 (North American), 21.99 Euros or £19.99 (UK). It’ll become available in Australia once an age rating is approved.