Project Cars 2 is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC in late 2017. Crowdfunding on Slightly Mad Studio’s racing sim sequel began in 2015, months after the first game’s release. Expect more than 170 cars, 60 tracks, online championships and new racing disciplines to master.
After several delays, Projects Cars finally arrived in early May. Just weeks later, developer Slightly Mad Studios have announced plans to crowdfund a sequel. That seems...soon.
On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have Destiny triple kills, mayhem from above, ship-to-ship combat, mosh pits, and much more!
On today’s Highlight Reel we have silly walks, knife streaks, home run beheadings, bacon and much more!
On today’s Highlight Reel we have heroic shots, Zombie headshots, GTA stunts, traffic jams and more!
Project CARS (or Community Assisted Racing Simulator) is a racing simulation game that’s been on everyone’s radar since its drool-inducing visuals started to make the rounds as far back as 2012.
On today’s Highlight Reel we have FIFA 15 plays that are out of this world, strong parachutes, car crashes, lucky throws and much more!
I was going to review Project CARS. Ten minutes into staring at the car setup screen, googling terms that I—even as a guy with a casual interest in cars—had never heard of, I thought maybe that wasn’t the best idea.
Australia. Land of open spaces, beautiful beaches, dangerous animals and...storms that flood warehouses containing boxed copies of major upcoming video game releases.
The idea of 12K (11520×2160 resolution) gaming is nothing new. Even Microsoft has been talking about it for a couple of years now. But it’s one thing to demo it as some pie-in-the-sky ideal of a brighter future, and another for an actual game to officially support the ludicrous resolution at launch.
How well does the very pretty Project CARS hold up when it's compared to real life... at night? Not quite as well as when it's compared to daytime real life, it turns out.
Project Cars—a.k.a. the racing game that you need to squint at to make sure it's not real life—won't be coming out next month. It's being pushed back to March 17, 2015, which is when Slightly Mad Studios' creation will hit PC, PS4, Wii U and Xbox One,.
One racetrack, one car, one game, two years apart. From the foliage to the road textures and the overall colors, the changes are quite noticeable.
By my count (*checks watch*) this is about the 117th time I've posted screenshots for the upcoming Project Cars. Whatever. They keep looking this good, we'll all keep on enjoying looking at them.
This PS4 trailer doesn't tell the game's whole story - it's also coming to PC, Xbox One and Wii U - but this new trailer for Project Cars shows just how good a video game can look when you put new/big hardware to work.