The crowdfunding campaign for the Project Cars sequel is now underway.
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The first game isn't even out yet and already we're hearing about a sequel... that wasn't even supposed to be coming.
Project Cars may not be a great name for a videogame, but there's no denying it's awfully pretty. And now, a little shy of three years after it was first revealed to the world, a North American launch date has been announced.
Project CARS has undergone some big changes over the past couple of years. The high-fidelity racing sim from Need for Speed: Shift developer Slightly Mad Studios looked "gorgeous" from the moment it came off the line, but as the new side-by-side comparison trailer shows, it's come a long way since.
Every week, keen screen-grabber Ben Griffin brings you a sumptuous 4K resolution gallery to celebrate PC gaming's prettiest places. Not to downplay my heroics or anything, but Project CARS isn't hard to make look nice. It's the Kate Moss of videogames. If it's not native 4K support or a bevvy of visual options making my job easier, then it's the incredibly useful hotkeys: ctrl + F triggers
Every week, keen screen-grabber Ben Griffin brings you a sumptuous 4K resolution gallery to celebrate PC gaming's prettiest places. Shift 2: Unleashed rarely crops up in discussions of great-looking racing games, but it's what on the inside that counts. Specifically, the cockpit cam. Each of the 140 cars' interiors are immaculately rendered, and behind-the-wheel camera effects such as speed
Slightly Mad Studio describes Project CARS on its YouTube page as “the most authentic, beautiful, intense, and technically advanced racing game on the planet.” Well. They’ll feel rather silly when that Martian-developed racing game launches and absolutely crushes them, but until then, the latest trailer for the game looks like a strong claim to the title.
For Slightly Mad Studios, the clue’s in the name. They’ve started this new driving sim in the middle of producing the massively ambitious Project CARS. This, their other racer, bills itself as a globe-trotting free-to-play MMO where gamers the world over form clans, pimp cars and tear up tracks from Moscow to Monaco. Think World of Tanks with plush leather interiors. However, the confirmation
Just in case you forgot, the latest trailer for racing simulator Project CARS is a good reminder that it still looks absolutely incredible. The "Community Assisted Racing Simulator," which was funded with Developer Slightly Mad Studio's WMD (World of Mass Development) crowdfunding platform is still in development and available only to backers, so for now all we can do is gawk.