Set to launch for PS5 and PS4 in March, Polyphony Digital’s racing sim has been rated by the Australian classifications board.

Though not quite as intense as its setting might suggest, Surviving the Aftermath is still an addictive management sim.

But the developer is still confident that the management sim will sell more in its first 12 months than the first game did.

Series creator Kazunori Yamauchi confirms that the upcoming racing sim will have the most number of parts for tuning in the series yet.

Different upgradeable abilities for weapons, activities, immersive sim elements and much more are showcased for the action RPG.

Wolf Eye Studios’ recent Twitter activity suggests that a release date for its upcoming immersive sim could be announced soon.

Sports Interactive’s successful management sim series returns- here’s why we’re excited about it.

Frontier Developments returns with another dino park management sim- here’s why we’re excited.

EA Sports also reveals launch figures for FIFA 22, confirming that the latest football sim has amassed over 9 million players already.

The football sim has debuted on top of the charts, though its physical launch sales are down 35% over last year’s game.

Here are the biggest new details revealed for Polyphony Digital’s upcoming racing sim.

This spaceship flight sim is better left at the station.