Good news for racing games fans, as Project Cars will surely get to you thanks to recent development with Bandai Namco.
Slightly Mad Studios, the developer of Project Cars, self-proclaimed the game as one of the most technologically advanced racing games on the planet. They just got lucky as Bandai Namco set their eyes on the game and a contract magically appeared.
During the previous development of the said game, they were in a fit in their attempt to fund the game.? They resorted to “crowd funding” to give the game a kickstart. Slightly Mad Studios was known for their previous work on racing games like Need for Speed: Shift, and World of Speed. With Project Cars now out, they praised and branded it as ?the most authentic, beautiful, intense, and technically-advanced racing game on the planet?. The game features a realistic weather system that includes a time of day. They also have time trials and multiplayer for added features.
To make it more realistic, Slightly Mad Studios took a lot of information from the perspective of a real racer. They took photos of real racing games, recorded height information and even used ?laser scans?. Additionally, they took some real racing drivers like Ben Collins and Nicolas Hamilton the play the early versions of Project Cars to see what it looks like and get?feedback.
According to sources, Bandai Namco Games Europe S.A.S just announced that they will be the one to distribute Project Cars globally. Slightly Mad Studios is now popping the champagne to celebrate as?they were extremely hopeful that a distributor would find their way to Project Cars, and indeed, somebody did.
In an interview with Bandai Namco Games Europe?s VP Third Parties Alberto Gonzales Lorca, he said that:
?We are tremendously happy to be collaborating with Slightly Mad Studios on this promising title, in which community expectations are fusing with racers? expertise to craft the next generation of simulation!?
Project Cars will be launched this upcoming November for Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC, Steam OS, and Wii U. They will also support Sony?s virtual reality headset for PS 4, as well as Oculus Rift