With Forza Motorsport 6
having just been announced
, it can't be pure coincidence that Slightly Mad Studios has grabbed their chance to remind us that the release date for their racing title, Project CARS
, is rapidly approaching.
The studio has released a new clip showing off the multitude of cars in the game, interior and exterior shots, various racetracks, and the different weather conditions. In fact, it has packed about as much as it possibly can in the relatively short video.
Along with the new clip, Andy Tudor, Creator Director at the studio, has blogged about some of the features that he feels set the game aside from its rivals:
- It’s got a huge variety of motorsports on offer. Our teams are based in over 18 different countries so cars and car culture all mean something different to us all. For me, it’s growing up in the ’80s with the Formula 1 days of Nigel Mansell and Ayrton Senna. For others it’s modern-day NASCAR, the German Touring scene, or European Endurance racing. So with Project CARS we wanted to ensure the cars in the game represented truly global motorsports with each of their rules and formats intact.Project CARS
- Project CARS has the largest track roster of any recent racing game: locations from all around the world from Australia to Dubai to Belgium, Japan, US West Coast, and the UK we’ve packed in over 250 miles of tarmac.
- Lastly but by no means least, we’ve ensured that Project CARS is accessible, customisable, and tailored to each and everyone’s comfort and skill level with a huge amount of personalisation options. You can dial the handling to anything from a complete sim experience to something more casual. With Project CARS you’ll truly be able to make it your own.
will be racing to the North America region on March 17th and March 20th for PAL regions.