Project Cars to Run at 1080p on Xbox One, VR Support Confirmed and More
Project Cars has been turning heads left and right with its jaw-dropping visuals and is widely anticipated to give Forza Horizon 2 and DriveClub a run for its money.
Today, Slightly Mad Studios announced that its upcoming racing simulator will feature a total of 70 cars, all of which will be unlocked right from the start. There will be no need to put in hours of time to progress and unlock a desired vehicle.
It was also said that Project Cars will ship out with 80 different tracks and a street racing mode. The game will also come with the support of racing wheels from Thrustmasters, so racing fans should better get their wheels set.
Project Cars has also been confirmed to support Virtual Reality Headtset “Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus”. However, the integration is still in testing phase and there are a lot of bugs to squash. The studio also announced that the game will run at glorious 1080p native resolution on the Xbox One.
Furthermore, players will be able to modify the appearance of cars but not their performance. There have already been lengthy debates on the latter where part of the racing community feels let down while the other is all for it. What’s your take on a racing game that takes away the freedom to tinker with the performance of vehicles?
Project Cars is scheduled to launch in November for PS4, Xbox One and PC.