Slightly Mad Studios ‘Project Cars 3’ is an upcoming racing simulation game. The third game in the series is officially launching for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on 28th August 2020. This upcoming sequel to famous racing franchise will also have VR support.
Project Cars 3 are said to have many more features than both the prequels in the series. Developers adds several new tracks and a streamlined career mode in addition to “enhanced” AI racers. Project Cars 3 introduces more upgrades, customization, and personalization options. It will also include over 200 race and road cars, over 140 global tracks. Tracks are said to include a 24-hour night and day cycle with all weather.
This title has a more arcade-y look and robust campaign mode, which will “entice players on a driver’s journey from weekend warrior to racing legend,” according to the press release.
Project Cars 3 have 12K resolution and “best in class VR support” on PC. However, there’s no details on PSVR support as well for the PS4 version.
New Screenshots have also been revealed by Bandai Namco showing off some amazing vehicles in an upcoming racing game. The game may share some elements from other racing titles like TOCA, or GRID.
The first title in the franchise released in 2015, which included VR support. The improvement has been made with the predecessor Project Cars 2 in 2017. It has better physic engine, in-game racing elements and also included full SteamVR headset support for the modern era of consumer VR.