3D Driving Simulation & Racing Game
From the same creators that gave us Gt-r Car Simulator comes yet another installment where you get to explore the city on wheels. It goes by the title, Car Simulator Escalade Driving, and it is free to play.
Whether you like to casually drive around exploring concrete jungles or race with your Escalade SUV to the finish line, you can enjoy the best of both worlds in this game. There are several modes to choose from depending on the kind of experience you are looking to enjoy.
In offline mode, you can drive around the city, picking up hot girls along the way and dropping them off at their destinations. There is the taxi mode where you ferry passengers to get fuel rewards. However, the catch is that you have to get them to their destination before time runs out.
Lastly, you can invite your friends to play in online mode. Keep in mind that this requires an Internet connection. It is also a fun way to drive alongside real players from all over the world. The best part is that you can set up races according to your own rules.
Easy Driving Controls & Customizable Settings
When it comes to driving, the game controls are easy to use. They also include a few extra buttons to make the experience feel a bit realistic.
You will have the functions to accelerate, brake, reverse, and turn left or right. It is even possible to switch on your indicator lights, headlights, or honk at other motorists or hot girls to invite them into your car.
Granted, Car Simulator Escalade Driving is a mobile game designed with gyroscopic controls that require you to tilt your device or swipe on the screen when using the steering wheel control. However, you can also use buttons to enjoy the game on PC. With an emulator that offers keymapping, you will be able to assign the driving functions to keyboard keys of your choosing.
The game settings provide options to adjust sensitivity and traffic density on the streets. You can also change the graphics from low to medium to high.
Another engaging feature when it comes to controls is the ability to change your viewing angle. Clicking the camera icon on the top right corner allows you to choose the most convenient view.
To get a realistic feel of driving, the cockpit view is the right choice for you. It displays your steering wheel and dashboard as you look at the road ahead through the windscreen. Alternatively, you can soak in the scenery more and enjoy better visibility of the roads when driving in overhead/aerial view.
Before you start a free ride in one of the cities, the game allows you to customize your Escalade SUV. Want a fantastic looking ride? Do some bodywork to change the paint of your vehicle. The color palette offers a wide range of shades to choose from, so you can be sure of finding exactly what suites your taste.
Players can change the steering wheel or rims, throw in a siren, customize the number plate, and raise the shock absorbers for both the rear and front wheels. Once you are done tuning and customizing your ride, you can get a 360-degree view with all the doors and hood open to admire your handiwork.
Tips & Tricks for Playing Car Simulator Escalade Driving on PC
• Use the Map
There is a mini-map on the top left corner of your screen. It indicates destinations for your passengers, plus stations and other spots where you can pick up hot girls or drive to and start operating as a taxi. Use the mini-map to help you get around the city with ease.
• Slow Down When Cornering
Cruising through the city streets at top speed can be thrilling. However, it is prudent to slow down around turns to avoid getting involved in an accident. Your vehicle is likely to tip over if it has raised suspension and you are driving at top speed when cornering.
• Keep an Eye on Your Fuel
The last thing you want is to run out of fuel when driving. Fortunately, there are plenty of gas stations all over the city, and refueling is free. Use the map to find them. Usually, gas stations appear on the mini-map as a green icon resembling a fuel pump.
You can keep an eye on how much gas you have left in the tank by looking at the fuel gauge. It is just below your speedometer on the top right corner of the screen.
• Pay Attention to Screen Hints
Besides indicators on the map, interactive hints also appear on the screen to aid you when driving. For instance, a yellow beam of light indicates the final destination of passengers. The same indicator in red color will point to where you need to park your vehicle at a gas station to refuel. You will see other hints and screen tips that pop up to highlight special spots where you can transition into a taxi or online driving mode.