4K resolution racing? Yes please, thank you very much.
The community funded and rather fun looking racing sim, Project CARS (which stands for Community Assisted Racing Simulator) that is currently in development by the folks over at Slightly Mad Studios has some absolutely glorious looking 4K footage online for all to see. It’s uncommon to see video game footage online at 108op, even more uncommon to see 1440p. But when it hits the staggering 4K mark, you best sit down and pay attention.
The Project CARS footage shows a race between various Ford Focus RS’s (there’s a Renault in there too somewhere) on what is presumably a course called Azure Coast. We get to see some nice panning shots of the action unfolding, a perfect inside line overtake at around the 1:04 mark and an awesome cockpit view scene where we get rammed. Given that Project Cars will support the Oculus Rift VR headset, this game has the potential to be something truly special indeed.
You can get your hands on Project Cars on Microsoft Windows,PlayStation 4, Xbox One in November 2014 and on Wii U and the Steam OS at some time in 2015.