P roject CARS is a racing simulation video game developed by Slightly Mad Studios.
Though it was originally slated for launch on the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, and Linux as well, these versions were cancelled, and the game released only on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
"It depends on how it is done," says Slightly Mad Studios' Andy Tudor.
With exclusive content.
Will also have four brand new cars.
It's a pretty substantial update.
Could it possibly arrive on Nintendo's next platform?
It's a pretty darn substantial update.
I think, on the whole, you will be very, very happy.
Slightly Mad Studios' long-awaited racing simulator comes loaded with options.
The game hits the 1 million units sold mark in less than 30 days.
Ian Bell on the Xbox One version of Project CARS, PS4 CPU, DriveClub and AMD hardware performance improvements.
The Xbox One will get a boost closer to 7%.
Patch 1.3 sets out to fix a massive number of issues in the game for the Xbox One.
'I'm not exaggerating.'
Studio boss Ian Bell on upcoming fixes, new tracks and more for Project CARS.
Does it surprise anyone anymore when the Wii U falls short?
Slightly Mad Studios to deploy new X1 patch soon.
Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster also debuts.
A complete guide for Project CARS.
Slightly Mad Studios saying all the right things.
Lack of matchmaking and controller issues on the Xbox One have raised hackles.
Becomes the first racing sim to achieve this feat in two years.
A few tech tips for Project CARS.
Project CARS is a fantastic racing game but does it have the weather effects to beat DriveClub?
Project CARS delivers the racing experience of the generation.
Check out the beauty of the game one more time before you can get your hands on it.
The console versions are mostly at medium settings compared to the PC version, with some parameters ranging from medium to high.
Get ready to do a lot of scrolling.
The lighting and shading as well as the car's headlights coming on really sell the time change.
Race it up against your friends and foes.
Some technical details on the upcoming racer.
Slightly Mad Studios' highly anticipated racing sim is finally complete and ready for distribution.
PC owners, meanwhile, get some absurdly good technical perks.
Someone pinch me, I must be dreaming.
Both versions to run at 60 FPS but there's no split-screen mode.
If it ever releases, that is.
By showing off a game you simply cannot seem to get your hands on.
Looks cool, and all that.
It's officially in The Last Guardian category now.
DriveClub's got some competition.
Project CARS looks amazing, but DriveClub's realistic weather physics still leads the way.
Take that, DriveClub!
You can't get the game till next year, but you can still watch the trailers!
Maybe now all the versions of the game will be released at the same time!
Nonetheless, Slightly Mad Studios is still aiming to get there.
Plus, there are some neat pre-order bonuses too!
VR racing? Yes please, thank you very much.
So much Aston love.
Of these, Project CARS will be fully playable.
Featuring a behind the scenes making book.
4K resolution racing? Yes please, thank you very much.
Still on track for November release on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Move over Forza and GT.
"What makes GRID games stand out is that they are games about racing. Not driving simulators, but games."
From Ginetta G40 Juniors to GT3...pure awesomeness prevails.
A quick comparison for two of the hottest racing games out this year.
They are already 'there', says Slightly Mad Studios' Ian Bell.
Slightly Mad Studios' racer gets the visual comparison treatment - and it looks like everyone will win come this November.
Project CARS meets PS4's Virtual Reality Headset.
Project is still on course.
Creative director Andy Tudor talks anything and everything related to the game's development.
Creative director Andy Tudor says players will get the most "authentic, accurate" racing experience.
Creative director Andy Tudor says there's also a clear demand on the console.
Slightly Mad Studios talks about the challenges of developing for the PS4.
We speak to creative director Andy Tudor about the racing sim's visual standard.
French car manufacturer joins ambitious racing sim.
Andy Tudor on how they are using the eSRAM of the Xbox One.
New platforms allow studio to "not compromise on quality of our vision".
Game coming in 2014.
Everything you need to know about Project Cars
It all depends on the community.
Originally planned for November 2013, the game will now release early next year.
No release date.
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