This is a sandbox car-building game that lets you drive custom creations. Most players will find the content insufficient, even for this playstyle. The realism is there but doesn’t come near other titles like BeamNG Drive.
The developers claim to give a super realistic experience. Almost nothing about this game comes close to being so. It’s got the clunkiest controls for a simulator. There are sensitivity settings, but they only make it worse if you deviate from the default.
Graphics are an eyesore
If you’re hoping for a saving grace, don’t count on the graphics. The way-too-bright colours and poor rendering only add to the pain. Adjusting the resolutions will increase battery consumption. It’s best to play in the low setting since the quality doesn’t change much.
Driven by advertisements
Car Simulator 2 runs on ads so you’ll see a random one pop up once in a while. They’re not too frequent to disrupt gameplay, but very noticeable due to length. If you’re looking for variety, you won’t find it in this game. It doesn’t have all the cars that every driving game should offer.