Racing games become more interesting and exciting as Slightly Mad Studios unveiled its Project CARS E3 trailer to feed the appetite of the car racers who are waiting for the amazing racing experience of their lives.?
Project CARS E3 trailer showcases the most authentic, beautiful, intense, and technically-advanced racing game yet.
The texts accompanying the Project CARS E3 trailer tell racers what they can expect with this video racing game. With Project CARS racers can create their own driver, pick from a variety of motorsports, and shift into high gear to chase a number of Historic Goals and enter the Hall Of Fame.
Project CARS will also test the racers’ skills online, either in competitive fully-loaded race weekends, Leaderboard-based time challenges, or continually-updated community events.
“Featuring world-class graphics and handling, a groundbreaking dynamic time of day and weather, and deep tuning and pit stop functionality, Project CARS leave the competition behind in the dust,” the texts read.
Project CARS will be on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Steam OS and Wii U starting November 2014.
Project CARS is a racing simulation so is comparable with popular console franchises Forza Motorsport and Gran Turismo while also providing the kind of advanced features usually reserved for PC-only simulators like iRacing and rFactor.
In a blog post by Andy Tudor, Creative Director of Slightly Mad Studios in the PlayStation.Blog, he said that Project CARS was actually conceived back in October 2011 after the release of ?two of racing?s biggest franchises ? Need For Speed and Test Drive.
He added that when they conceived the making of ?Project CARS, ?they put in mind the idea of creating a racing game that covers a wide range of different car types and motorsports, and to give racers the freedom to play and experiment with them however they wanted.
Moreover, he said that the goal was to stand alongside the competition with a fresh new racing game that combined best-in-class features racers have been asking for.
Project CARS will be launched in November and will be one of the first games on PS4 to support virtual reality via the Project Morpheus headset.
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