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Project CARS 3 Announced


Described as the “ultimate driver journey” by the development team, Bandai Namco, Slightly Mad Studios, and Codemasters announced that Project CARS 3 is now in development.

In this racing title, players will be able to get behind the wheel of more than 200 elite-brand race and road cars across 140 global tracks. The ability to customize your cars’ liveries, along with your drivers, will also be available. Players will also be able to upgrade their cars with realistic performance parts.

More than 140 global tracks will make their appearance, complete with a 24-hour cycle, dynamic all-seasons engine, and all-weather racing. The AI has also been enhanced, and will feature authentic car contact.

For those looking for a little bit of extra support, there will be fully scalable assists for all skill levels. A new tire model has also been included for convincing (and fun) handling, and those playing with a controller will be able to enjoy an unrivaled experience.

Finally, for those playing on the PC, support for 12K resolutions and VR support will be included.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Project CARS 3 – Announce Trailer (4K)

The game is set to come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC this summer.

[infobox style=’success’ static=’1′]Source: YouTube, Official Website[/infobox]

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