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First gameplay footage surfaces for Project CARS 3

Earlier this week, Slightly Mad Studios officially revealed Project CARS 3. And yesterday, YouTube’s Austin Ogonoski and GameRiot shared the first gameplay footage from it. These gameplay videos will give you an idea of what you can expect from this new racing game, so be sure to watch it.

Project CARS 3 will feature over 200 elite-brand race and road cars, as well as over 140 global tracks. The game will feature new game modes, as well as a Career/Journey Mode.

Players will be able to customize their cars’ liveries, personalize their drivers, and upgrade their cars with realistic performance parts. The game will have fully scalable assists for all skill levels, and will come with a new tyre model (for more convincing and fun handling).

Furthermore, Project CARS 3 will have a 24-hour cycle, dynamic all-seasons and all-weather racing. The game also promises to have intense crash effects and authentic car contact. Additionally, players can expect enhanced AI. Lastly, Project CARS 3 will have 12K textures and VR support at launch on the PC.

Slightly Mad Studios plans to release Project CARS 3 later this Summer.




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