Project CARS Close To Running At 60fps On PS4

They are already ‘there’, says Slightly Mad Studios’ Ian Bell.

Posted By | On 06th, May. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet


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Slightly Mad Studios’ Project CARS has been in the news for some time now. The game features extremely detailed and close to realistic visuals and it’s hands down one of the most visually appealing games out there.

A few months back GamingBolt got the chance to interview the game’s creative director Andy Tudor. Back then Andy told us that they are targeting 60 frames per second on the PS4 and Xbox One, but they will put gameplay first.

Now according to Ian Bell, Head of Studio at Slightly Mad Studios, they are now pretty close to running the game at 60fps on the PS4 version. “We’re already there on PS4, so high :),” he commented in one of EuroGamer’s article about the game.

With about 6 months to go before the game releases in November, we are pretty optimistic that the game will run at 60 frames per second which is pretty surprising since Sony’s own racer DriveClub will be running at 30fps when it releases this October. Furthermore, Ian also confirmed that they will be supporting racing wheels on the PlayStation 4.

Project CARS is due in November for the PS4, Xbox One, PC, Wii U and SteamOS.


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  • me3x12

    Delay Club will be another lackluster low sales failure from Sony. The game will be a day late and a dollar short. Who wan’t that trash when Project cars will be out. LOL Sony still waiting for greatness until another developer gives it to you.

    • Michael Norris

      Go Away Xbot….

    • Ta’i Ngatokorua

      I’m sorry to sound like a fanboy, which I’m not. But your console isn’t exactly doing good either in terms of games. So far there’s no reason for me to get an xbox one when all the multiplats run better on the PS4, we get a lot more indies, ps+ and imo better exclusives. (No hate intended on the Xbox One.) With that aside, this game looks epic. Good to see there’s now a reason to get the racing wheel for ps4 lol

    • ps4lol

      Funny considering PS3’s 1st party sales > 360’s 1st party sales.

      PS4 has the superior version of all console AAA multiplats, The Order, Driveclub, MLB 14: The Show, Deep Down, Uncharted 4, TLOU Remake, more dev support including indies, free to play games and MMOs like FFXIV and Warframe, and unannounced 1st party games (Gran Turismo, God of War, Media Molecule, Quantic Dream, etc.) Titanfall 2 and future 3rd party games will almost certainly be on PS4.

      Recently Sony has filed trademarks or had leaks for no less than 6 games. Entwined, Kill Strain, Blood Borne, Dark Chronicles, Project Beast and Guns Up. Expect a big E3 reveal of new games.

      Sony is selling or splitting off their lossy businesses (Vaio, TVs) and focusing on their profitable divisions. This means they’ll soon cut their losses and start turning a profit. You should be worried if Sony WASN’T cutting those losing divisions, but they’re making the right business decisions. They won’t ever be an empire again but they aren’t going under.

      The gaming division and first party studios are well funded and making a profit. During the quarter ending 31st December 2013 the Game business made a profit of $172m off the back of an impressive 64.6 per cent rise in sales year on year. Sony is in for a year or two of losses and restructuring, then provided their profitable divisions stay profitable, they’ll be on solid ground.

      Sony is still worth 18.5 billion. They just aren’t bringing in enough revenue or profits to bring that number up, and for a time, and probably for a few quarters here or there for the next few years, they might lose money. They also obviously have working capital, because they have games in development right now, and are able to market their newest system and do what they have to do to sell their products. If Sony were on the brink of bankruptcy, we wouldn’t be seeing AAA game announcements with budgets ranging from $50-100 million dollars. If they were on the brink of bankruptcy, they wouldn’t be buying Gaikai, or investing in new tech such as Morpheus or the PS4. PS4 will make a net profit, and Sony won’t go bankrupt.

      Sony Game, Financial Services, Devices, Music, Mobile Products & Communications, and Pictures are all profitable divisions.

      Sony’s market cap is 18.65 billion as of today (2014).
      Market cap in 2013 was 17.6 billion it has gone up since then.
      Sony is ranked #80 in world as the most valuable brand 2013.

      Sony is ranked #506 in the global 2000
      #87 in Sales
      #171 in Assets
      #547 in Market value
      78.52 billion dollars in sales in 2013


 

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