The launch of Project CARS is now just a few weeks away as the WMD-powered title is due to the be available across the world starting April 2nd.
Time for us to give you a closer look at one of Project CARS’ most-unqiue key features: The extensive single player career mode.
With less than two months to go until Slightly Mad Studios’ WMD-powered Project CARS title hits the shelves, several media outlets have gotten their hands on preview versions of our much-anticipated AAA racing title!
Gaming journalists were invited to give the Playstation 4 version of Project CARS a spin and fortunately, several of the them have uploaded extensive video footage to share their impressive experience with all of you!
With the New Year well and truly underway, 2015 is the year that Project CARS delivers the next-gen racing experience that gamers have been desperate for.
With over 80,000 players being involved since October 2011, in April racing fans will finally get their hands on the most technically-advanced, beautiful, intense and authentic racing game on the planet that’s been tested, guided, and approved every step of the way by both gamers and real-life pro drivers alike.
For the past few years, Project CARS Handling Consultants Ben Collins & Nicolas Hamilton have provided detailed feedback reports in the World of Mass Development forums to help fine-tune the cars’ handling characteristics.
Now, just in time for Christmas, we have decided to share the real-drivers’ input with everyone by releasing a document that contains all their feedback reports from more than two years of development.
18 months ago, we’ve introduced Project CARS API functionality to our WMD community, allowing our members to create all sorts of third-party apps for our upcoming title.
As usual, our highly-talented WMD community has come through in spectacular fashion as a large selection of highly-innovative apps for a variety of platforms and devices will be available once Project CARS launches next March!
Project CARS has hit Steam as PC users can now take the pole position and pre-purchase the WMD-powered title!
Securing your copy of Project CARS does not just guarantee you to be among the very first to enjoy the game next April, early birds also get access to two exclusive car packs featuring eight stunning additional cars!
During the past few months, we’ve invited thousands of interested gamers to give Project CARS’ Xbox One version a try at gaming expos around the world.
You weren’t among the lucky visitors in Dubai, London, Paris or Madrid who got to sample Project CARS? No need to feel left out as we have prepared a full gallery of screenshots showing Project CARS’ Xbox One version in action!
Slightly Mad Studios and BANDAI NAMCO Games Europe S.A.S today announced they will be moving the release of Project CARS for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC to Spring 2015.
The move positions the title away from the competitive holiday scene dominated by household names while affording the team at Slightly Mad Studios additional time to extend and polish their ground-breaking and accomplished next-gen racing experience that’s been created alongside a community of over 85,000 racing fans and real-life professional drivers.
Racing, whether it happens in the real or the virtual world, is all about tires. That’s why Project CARS is powered by the revolutionary Seta Tire Model (STM) that plays a key role in making the WMD-powered title the most authentic virtual racing experience.
But what exactly does the Seta Tire Model do? Slightly Mad Studios’ physics expert Andrew Weber takes us for a look deep under the hood of the tire technology that drives Project CARS!
Slightly Mad Studios announces a spectacular new addition to the lineup of vehicles in Project CARS as Aston Martin joins the WMD-powered racing title.
Project CARS will feature seven Aston Martin models, including some of the company’s most iconic and successful race cars from more than 50 years of on-track competition.