I’ve seen so many screenshots, trailers and demonstrations of Slightly Mad Studios upcoming racing title Project Cars that I’ve lost count. While I may have lost track of them all, I know one thing for certain, every time I see this game it looks significantly better than the last. There is no doubt about it, the studio and the semi-crowd-funded and crowd-developed nature of the game is paying off big time; the attention to detail is unlike anything else on the market right now.
The sweetest thing about Project CARS is that the PC is the lead development platform, although console ports are being developed alongside to ensure each platform gets the best version possible, but as you can see from the trailer, the PC edition is leaps and bounds ahead in terms of graphics (obviously).
The game is set to have support for everything from Oculus Rift to 4K monitors, so if you want to start saving up to really enjoy what is already one of the greatest racing games ever made, now would be a good time. The game is set for release this November on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U and PC.