Project CARS: Join The Race Trailer

By Graymouse 1, 4 years ago
It seems about once a month the community over at World Of Mass Development offers a new gallery of eye candy screenshots of Project CARS. This time they offer a tantalizing look at what's under the hood of several cars that you will be able to drive in Project CARS. The close-up shots show the unmatched amount of detail the designers manage to pack into each of the car models. The other pictures are some more details of the different tracks you will be racing on.

As usual, the shots show purely in-game footage that has not been made in any special photo mode with no post-processing or filters that aren’t available during the actual gameplay – What you see below is what you experience while driving!

Creative users can make usage of various tools, including a free roam camera and a depth of field editor, making Project CARS the perfect choice to create stunning videos or screenshots like the ones below.
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If you would like to look at more screenshots from the developers, race on over to Gallery # 23. Furthermore, community developer JonZ over at Slightly Mad Studios has created another video showcasing the different tracks and cars within Project CARS . If the video below is any indication on the developer's focus, we can expect the game to be based on realistic physics, outstanding graphics, incredible 3D core engine and smart AI.

As this project is on initial stage of development, all seen footage is pre-alpha.
The trailer shows off the various styles of racing members can enjoy in Project CARS, from nimble sports cars and high-tech Formula machinery to classic stock car racing.


Currently, Project Cars is being developed and released for the PC in 2013. Slightly Mad Studios hopes to bring the game to the Xbox 360 shortly afterwards