New information about Project Cars
Munich, April 28, 2015
Project Cars will be the most realistic racing simulation to date and most beautiful and the racing greats Gran Turismo 6 and Forza Motorsport 5 encounter with this immodest projects from the racing game Throne. The project by Slightly Mad Studios and Namco Bandai relies among others on crowdfunding and a very dedicated involved in the development community. The mistaken scope of the game made on several occasions for a deferral of the planned publication date. Now, the release for PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 is finally scheduled for May 7, 2015.
30 locations with 110 route variants
Not only graphically wants Project Cars put the competition to shame, even with the plethora of routes is the newcomer simulation standards. Overall, you will be at Project Cars 110 route variants are able to run at 30 different venues. Absolute classics such as the Nürburgring Nordschleife, Spa-Francorchamps, Hockenheim, Laguna Seca or Imola are equally represented as an abundance of English racetracks. But road routes as coastal areas in California or the South of France are on the schedule.
Every month a free car
Another differentiator to other racing games in Project Cars: All routes, racing classes and cars are available from the start and do not have to be unlocked. At the beginning, it will probably be around 70 cars, with the Kart something should be there on several oldie Renner, Cup and Formula cars to high-priced supercar for everyone. Also unusual: Every month there will be a free vehicle for download. The first makes the Arab Supercar W Motors Lykan Hyper Sports.
With celebrity support
But the biggest selling point of Project Cars is probably the flood of settings. Changing weather conditions ( with an impact on the physics ) and the adjustability of tire wear, fuel consumption or the damage model are just the beginning. For this, the player can change his vehicle to the last detail and adapt. Who has not concluded engineering studies, but must also rely on the default settings. On top of that, the Project - Cars team took a prominent assistance for the implementation of an authentic driving experience. Le Mans driver and ex-BBC TopGear " Stig " Ben Collins, touring car drivers and Sim - Racing - size Nicholas Hamilton ( brother of Lews Hamilton ) and Oli Webb, winner of the European Le Mans Series, contributed their expertise . ( sw )