About 6 weeks ago I released my video showing Drag races in 8 different racing games and it has been received extremely well, getting over 400k views and 4k likes, so today I can present you the sequel to it, this time focusing on Drift events and featuring an even larger number of games with a total of 12, including many fan favorites. Feel free to share your opinion about the drifting in all the different games and let me know if there are any particular ones that you would like to see more of.

0:09 NFS Underground – Drift Track 3 with Toyota Supra
1:13 NFS Underground 2 – Stadium Drift 5 with Volkswagen Golf
2:21 NFS Carbon – Kings Park Drift with Dodge Viper
3:39 NFS ProStreet – Autopolis Drift with Toyota Supra
5:03 Race Driver Grid – Okutama Drift with Toyota Soarer
6:49 NFS Shift – London Drift with Toyota Supra
8:14 Grid 2 – Red Bull Ring Drift with Mazda RX-7
9:17 Grid Autosport – Autosport Raceway Drift with Mazda RX-7
10:25 Driveclub – Scotland Racetrack Drift with Nissan 370Z
11:20 The Crew Wild Run – Drift Trial with Mazda RX-7
13:59 Need for Speed 20 – Nocturnable with Lamborghini Huracan
15:52 Forza Horizon 3 – Drift Zone with Ford Mustang

In NFS Underground 1 and 2 you can get your point muliplier up to 5 and it will stay there unless you are getting too slow. You get more points for drifts at the edge of the track.

NFS Carbon has very different physics in drift events than in normal races and you can drift very easily here without even using any brakes. On the track that is shown here you can only score points in particular sections of the track.

In NFS ProStreet there are no multipliers but you can get bonus points for particular actions.

In Race Driver Grid the multiplier keeps rising as long as don’t wait too long between drifts and you can get bonus points for drifting close to the red poles.

NFS Shift is another game with drift events, although they are not really noteworthy. The scoring system is also a bit weird. For some reason I start with the points from a previous run here.

In Grid 2 you can raise the multiplier of individual drifts by drifting close to the poles. In Grid Autosport the tracks have designated drift zones where you can score.

In Driveclub the tracks are separated into drift zones where you get points for drifting and speed zones where you get points for driving fast.

In The Crew you have to keep drifting at all times to keep the combo going and raise the multiplier as much as possible.

NFS 20 has rather “unusual” drift physics and there is no multiplier in events without AI opponents.

Forza Horizon 3 doesn’t have actual drift events. There are just the drift zones in free roam, where you are usually annoyed by traffic cars, which can only be removed with tedious workarounds.

Since this video was already long enough I only included one run per game and I also didn’t show any canyon and mountain tracks or drifts together with other cars. If you want to see those things as well, then make sure to share this video with your friends, since I will definitely make another sequel if this one does equally well as the Drag video.

I can also recommend this video of fast laps in the first 10 NFS games:

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