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Project CARS 3 – All Cars & Tracks In Video

Project CARS 3 - All Cars & Tracks In Video

Project CARS 3 – All Cars & Tracks In Video

Next week, on Friday, August 28, developer Slightly Mad Studios and publisher Bandai-Namco will release the new Project CARS 3 racing title. This new racing game for the PC (Steam), Playstation 4, and Xbox One will feature over 120 real-world and fictional locations and 211 elite-brand cars.

The rather extensive content list is now officially complete. To give us a visual idea of the vast number of vehicles and tracks included, the MotoGamesTV YouTube channel has now created a convenient video, showcasing all the cars and locations that will be available in the release version of Project CARS 3.

 


Project CARS 3

While Project CARS 3 will inherit a lot of features from its predecessors, the newborn racing title will also stray from the given pad to better accommodate “pick up and play” gamers. Whether this is a good or a bad thing has yet to be seen, but as far as visuals go, we can already be certain that it’s going to be a beauty.

The game will feature more than 200 elite-brand road and race cars which are all upgradable and customizable. You will be able to race your personalized cars both offline and online on about 140 circuits from all over the world. The tracks will feature day to night transitions and dynamic weather effects.

Pcars 3 will feature a brand new career mode and a new Rivals mode in which you will encounter 10 upgradeable car classes. Furthermore, we can expect new tracks, improved multiplayer features, completely revised gamepad handling for console players, skill-based matchmaking, and better accessibility for new players.

Also new to the franchise is a deeply engaging metagame that challenges players to race hard and earn in-game Credits with which to buy and own hundreds of cars from the world’s most elite brands and race them all on dynamic and spectacular circuits around the globe featuring stunning all-weather, all-seasons conditions.

Race-won Credits and XP will also entice players to buy authentic performance upgrades and customization options for their stable of exclusive cars, including wheels, tyres, body kits, rims, as well as personalization options to create their own racing hero personas.


Building on the success of the previous games in the series, British developer Slightly Mad Studios, and publisher Bandai-Namco will release Project CARS 3 on August 28 for the PC (via Steam), Playstation 4, and Xbox One.

  Official Webpage – www.projectcarsgame.com