TOCA 2: Touring Cars can now be played on modern computers and systems

TOCA 2: Touring Cars can now be played on modern computers and systems

Do you remember the former TOCA series? These car games were popular in the late 1990s, and then with the loss of the license, the Codemasters team redirected the series to Race Driver and then renamed it GRID. The last real game of the TOCA series on PC is considered to be the 1999 TOCA 2: Touring Cars.

It's such an old game that it can't be found anywhere else today. If you have it on a CD, you probably know that it does not work on modern hardware and is not fully compatible with Windows 10. However, a solution to these troubles has arrived these days. Modder nicknamed CookiePLMonster has released a SilentPatch update for TOCA 2: Touring Cars.

This update fixes game freezes on Windows 10 systems, brings support for widescreen monitors after 20 years and allows players to scale the interface, select FOV settings, and more.

If you have a Toca 2, you can download the mandatory SilentPatch on this page, and in the video below you can see how the legendary racing holds up two decades later.

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