After the game just hit Steam five days ago, modders have already produced some new mods for the car simulator known as City Car Driving. The game comes in by publisher Forward Global Group and developer Forward Development. City Car Driving is out now for PC via Steam.
Providing a quick rundown on the core game if you are new or don’t know what City Car Driving is all about, you basically drive around the world in vehicles… and drive to different places. This is further elaborated on in the official description below.
“City Car Driving – realistic car driving simulator, which will help you master the basic skills of the car driving in various traffic conditions, with plunging into the environment most closely resembling the real one.”
The first mod up comes in by Arnold. This mod brings the Mercedes-Benz GLS63 AMG to version 1.5.2, and offers its own sounds, shaders, 4K textures, speedometer (tells the truth), a panoramic roof view and working lights.
The next mod comes in by KsenON116rus and Abu7med1. The mod brings the IZH Jupiter 4 bike to City Car Driving and offers two wheels on the blacktops. A video by DriveSpot shows the Jupiter 4 bike in action as seen below, or you can get the mod by heading over to CCDMods.
The third mod arrives in by Lexa142rus. This mod offers up the Toyota Celica and is now functional in the latest update, 1.5.1. You can see the new Toyota Celica on the streets by checking out DriveSpot‘s video, or you can hit up CCDMods to get it.
The last mod on this list comes in by Heisenberg. The mod brings the Mitsubishi Lancer X Evo to City Car Driving version 1.5.2. If you want to see the car riding around the city streets you can check out DriveSpot‘s video below, or you can download the mod over on citycardriving.com forum page.
City Car Driving is out now on Steam and currently runs for $24.99.
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