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Latest Project CARS Trailer Shows Some Impressive In-Game Footage
Slightly Mad Studios has released the gameplay trailer of their next-gen title Project CARS, which showcases some really awesome racing footage and graphical detail that has been put in the game.
The developer behind Project Cars wants to bring a very realistic style of gameplay to the players and they are trying to target the audience of two racing classics Gran Turismo of Sony and Forza Motorsport of Microsoft.
To get the attention of the fans of aforementioned games, the developers are offering driver aids and input filtering, so that the players will be able to play the game with other devices rather than being stuck with the digital steering wheel.
Project Cars will utilize the power of Madness Engine, which was previously used for the development of NFS: Shift. The game is being made with the consultancy of Race Driver Ben Collins and Oli Webb who was the driver for Formula Renault 3.5L and currently drives for ELMS.
The game will feature more than 60 licensed cars that you will be able to drive, over 35 different racing tracks are confirmed to be included in the game as well.
Originally, the game was planned to release for the Xbox 360 and PS3 but last year Slightly Mad Studio confirmed that Project Cars will only be releasing for the Xbox One, PS4, Wii U, Steam OS and Windows PC in November.