Project CARS 3 is a racing simulation title developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Bandai Namco.
It features an overhauled Career Mode, improvements to multiplayer modes, and more.
The former project lead behind Project CARS seems to want his former team members on board for hisnext project, GTR Revolution.
According to a spokesperson, the decision was made "following an evaluation of the next Project CARS title and its longer-term growth potential."
Ian Bell, who founded the studio in 2009, said that, "With the studio's future now assured, the time is right for me to step aside."
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Project Cars 3 strays wildly from the formula of the past. While that may alienate long time fans, the end result is a blast to play
Joe Barron, marketing and esports manager at Slightly Mad Studios, speaks with GamingBolt about the developer's newest racer.
Here are all the vehicles and tracks you can play around with.
Slightly Mad Studios takes a more arcade-heavy approach with its latest racing sim.
A gorgeous look at this week's racing game.
Development for current-gen consoles meant ray tracing couldn't be supported, according to the developers.
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A standard looking list for the upcoming racing game.
Check out a little bit of each gameplay aspect from the upcoming racing sim.
More than 200 cars and 140 tracks are available to experience.
It will also have support for up to 12K resolution.
But the game will also strive to appease hardcore racing sim enthusiasts.
Career Mode is being overhauled with ten car classes to progress through.
Slightly Mad Studios CEO Ian Bell insists that the next game "is going to be a Revolution."
"The key focus is on fun and not biting off more than we can properly chew and digest," says Slightly Mad CEO Ian Bell.
All we know is that Slightly Mad Studios plans for this new game to be extremely ambitious.