Classic Sport Driving release on Steam in the second quarter of 2023

Classic Sport Driving, a retro-inspired racing game, is set to release on Steam in the second quarter of 2023. The game features hand-drawn environments and a code-based track generator, offering players over 20 km long point-to-point tracks. The game promises to deliver a fun and challenging racing experience, with three different difficulty levels: Easy, Medium, and Hard.

Simulation-light and simulation-full modes

Players can enjoy a casual racing experience with the Arcade mode, or have their driving skills fully tested in both simulation-light and simulation-full modes, where they will be required to use the brakes and master the racing line. The game’s Hard difficulty level offers a more challenging and realistic racing experience, where players need to pay attention not only to racing lines but also to braking lines. Braking too late will cause the car to fly off-road, significantly slowing it down.

See cars far off into the distance

Classic Sport Driving features several AI racers, acting as obstacles and offering players unique strategies to follow while driving. The game’s impressive graphics, including the use of depth-of-field tricks, add to the immersive experience. Players can see a convoy of cars far off into the distance at least two hills in advance, giving them a sneak peek at where they are headed next. The game’s races also change over the course of time, beginning at night and ending at sunrise, for example.

The game’s features include:

  • Hand-drawn environments
  • Code-based track generator
  • 20+ km long point-to-point tracks
  • Arcade / Sim-Light / Sim-Full modes
  • Best time chase
  • Global and country-based leaderboards
  • Three difficulty levels: Easy, Medium, and Hard


Classic Sport Driving promises to be an exciting addition to the racing game genre, offering a fun and challenging experience for both casual and hardcore gamers.

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