Test yourself against the Formula E heroes in the E-Race or take on the challenge of all-electric street racing in a virtual world with console and mobile gaming. Get involved with Formula E anywhere in the world.
All-electric street racing has been digitised with Formula E: Accelerate. A highly competitive esports competition featuring the top virtual drivers from the sim racing world, all battling for a share of a €100,000 prize pot and the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a real-world drive of the Formula E Gen2 racer.
Featuring pixel perfect recreations of all the teams and drivers, Real Racing 3 gives players the chance to experience all-electric street racing through race and time-trial challenges as well as an energy regeneration test, which involves completing a lap using a fixed amount of power.
Become the Team Principal as Motorsport Manager Online lets you take control of your very own Formula E team. Build your team from the ground up and hire the best drivers and assemble a crew to develop your race-winning machinery. Take the challenge to competitors all over the globe as you set the race strategy; choosing when to take the ATTACK MODE and when to engage FANBOOST as you mastermind your team's victory.
Offering the most realistic gameplay is racing simulator rFactor 2. Created by Studio 397, the simulator is widely used by Formula E championship drivers to hone their skills ahead of the race. With realistic car dynamics, including the option to activate energy regeneration, rFactor 2 is the virtual experience for Formula E's super fans. On top of all the action on-track, Formula E's very own EJ can be heard playing a signature tune by the Ferris wheel alongside the sounds of Hong Kong's iconic harbourfront to bring the circuit to life.
After Formula E's first feature on Forza Motorsport 6 in 2015, the latest iteration - Forza Motorsport 7 - lets players get behind the wheel of cars from a variety of teams including Mahindra Racing and Panasonic Jaguar Racing to name but a few. As well as being able to drive the cars on non-Formula E tracks, Forza also features a shortened version of the Long Beach E-Prix track from the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons.
Platform: Xbox One, Xbox OneX and Windows PC