Our brand new Project CARS trailer just made its debut at the 2014 Golden Joystick Awards in London! You weren’t around to catch the live-premiere? No reason to worry, you can catch up on it inside!
This trailer exemplifies our approach that everything we put into Project CARS not only has to look absolutely stunning but must add additional gameplay.
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.
The Gamescom week in Cologne turned out to be an overwhelming success for Project CARS as the WMD-powered title did not just impress the games media and fans alike, it also earned us several awards from various media outlets.
Part of our presence at Europe’s largest gaming event was not just our studio staff and professional race car driver Oliver Webb but also two of our trusted WMD community members.
Project CARS has a major presence at the Gamescom expo in Cologne this week, allowing both media and interested gamers to get hands-on with the upcoming title.
To celebrate the occasion, we have released a brand new video trailer for everyone who can’t make it to Cologne themselves, showcasing the beauty, fidelity, and authenticity of this year’s premier choice for racing fans.
Slightly Mad Studios is proud to announce that the Limited Edition of Project CARS is now available for pre-order!
Presented in a beautiful steel case along with four striking sleeve designs and a behind-the-scenes book entitled “Project CARS: By Racers 4 Racers”, the Limited Edition also comes complete with five legendary cars drivable in any game mode and showcased with special one-make series within your career.
It’s time to show off some stunning new Project CARS screenshots as our busy development team has made Project CARS’ weather & time of day engine even more awesome!
Newly-added features to the fully-dynamic weather engine include rain droplets, riplets and godrays, creating stunningly-beautiful weather conditions as you can check out in the new gallery below!
Yesterday, Slightly Mad Studios & Thrustmaster announced a close collaboration that will lead to a wide variety of Thrustmaster devices to be supported by Project CARS across all platforms.
To celebrate the announcement, we’ve kicked off a brand-new Project CARS hot lap competition, giving away cool Thrustmaster merchandise to some lucky WMD members.
Slightly Mad Studios and Thrustmaster are proud to announce a close collaboration that will lead to a wide variety of Thrustmaster devices to be supported by Project CARS across all platforms.
Starting with Project CARS’ launch in November, a wide range of Thrustmaster steering wheels, pedals and shifters will be ready to use with the WMD-powered title.