You wait a while for illegal street racing simulations, and then several come along at once. The latest is Outlaw Driver Simulator, announced for the PC by publisher T-Bull for an upcoming release.
We’re not sure how game developers go about researching the subject, but apparently Outlaw Driver Simulator will let you take part in illegal street races in high-performance and upgraded cars to earn money and the respect of criminal gangs, allowing you to customise your vehicles more as you progress.
The game promises a variety of urban open-world locations which will see you race rivals and avoid getting caught by the police. And apparently along with realistic car customisation and ‘highly developed’ car turning mechanics, there will also be an ‘extensive physics system’ to offer a realistic feel. Plus support for steering wheels along with controllers.
Will Outlaw Driver Simulator be worth checking out? Polish publisher T-Bull has primarily produced mobile games with more than 500 downloads so far, and their biggest previous successes have been the Top Speed and Moto Rider Go games. Apparently they’re now switching more to PC and console titles, having previously released Top Speed 2: Racing Legends (Steam link), Racing Classics: Drag Race Simulator (Steam link), and Idle Racing Go: Clicker Tycoon (Steam link) for the PC to a mixed response.
So we’ll have to wait and see whether Outlaw Driver Simulator is worth checking out as a successful move into deeper, more complex PC and console games. There’s no release date or price announced, but you can add it to your Steam wishlist, and see any Outlaw Driver Simulator news and updates, here.
It certainly seems like Polish developers are embracing the world of illegal street racing, with Underground Garage also recently announced by Bearded Brothers, with more focus on creating the cars than driving them. Although there’s always Need for Speed Remastered from Criterion and Stellar Entertainment in the meantime.