Here's an update on its progress
Hints at future content, too
Since the 22nd September, drivers everywhere have had the chance to grab Project CARS 2 and live the real-life racing experience (or as close to as many of us will get). Already off to a strong start with rave reviews critically, Slightly Mad Studios now hopes to replicate the success sales wise. Building from...
Have a new trailer
Poor ol’ Project CARS 2, eh? The original entry in Slightly Mad Studios’ simulation racing series did really well, owing to the fact that there was no Gran Turismo game announced for the PlayStation 4. But now its successor is going to get lost in the slipstream of Polyphony Digital’s latest (and, we assume, a new Forza...
First trailer released
Bandai Namco's deployed your first look at Project CARS 2, which will release on the PlayStation 4 later this year as previously reported. The simulation sequel will build upon its predecessor, serving up over 170 licensed cars for you to commandeer, as well as revamped DualShock 4 handling and the "largest track roster of...
Here's an update on its progress
The original Project CARS was… Alright, we suppose. If memory serves, the Slightly Mad Studios developed simulation sold rather well on the PlayStation 4, and probably owed much of its success to the absence of Gran Turismo Sport on the console. It's, of course, worth mentioning that Polyphony Digital's new-gen...
On cloud nine
To be clear: Project CARS is not broken like many of the PlayStation 4 titles from last year. It is, however, in need of patching, as it has a handful of minor issues that start to add up. This clip posted to YouTube may well be the worst of them, though, as the unlucky player on the receiving end encountered it when 30 minutes away...
The last tinker
Project CARS is not your average Sunday drive. Rather than attempt to tune the release to a common ideal, developer Slightly Mad Studios has instead served up a racing simulation that requires real effort if you intend to get the most out of it. Everything about the game – from the controls to the heads-up display – is malleable,...
Project CARS dominates on Sony's system
With the utmost respect to Slightly Mad Studios, we reckon that Project CARS has proved a particularly big deal on the PlayStation 4 because there's no sign of Gran Turismo 7 arriving any time soon. Sony helped publisher Bandai Namco market the simulation racer here in the UK, and it was clearly a shrewd...
Crossing the line
This is it, then: simulation racing finally arrives on the PlayStation 4. With the Gran Turismo series not yet ready for the new-gen showroom, Project CARS is aiming to take its place – at least for the foreseeable future, anyway. Slightly Mad Studios' pretty release has had an interesting route to market, starting out as a...
Round the bend
With no sign of Gran Turismo on the horizon, Project CARS is a pretty important release for the PlayStation 4. While we're big fans of DriveClub here at Push Square Towers, there haven't really been many other meaningful racing games for Sony's next-gen format just yet – in fact, launch title Need for Speed: Rivals is the only other...
After more delays than we care to count, Project CARS is finally ready to take to the track – for reals this time. Creative director Andy Tudor recently hinted that the PlayStation 4 title had gone gold, and now development director Andy Garton has explained that the simulation racer will deploy on 8th May in Europe and 12th May in...
Pump the brakes
Project CARS had hoped to imitate Gran Turismo in the gameplay department – but we don't think that anyone expected it to challenge Polyphony Digital's seminal series in the release date drama department, too. Having been pushed out of the holiday season, the Slightly Mad Studios developed simulation was all set to release in...
As a racing simulator, you're probably expecting Project CARS to be all about lap times and little more – but the game's looking like it's going to have a pretty impressive campaign mode. Inspired by sports titles – but informed by years of racing game releases – you'll be able to tune your career to your tastes. This means that...
Out of gas again
Slightly Mad Studios' hotly anticipated Gran Turismo stopgap Project CARS has been pushed back yet again on the PlayStation 4. The slick looking simulation racer was originally due out in November, but was delayed until March due to a crowded release window and the need to polish up some final problems. However, publisher Bandai...
After a disappointing delay last year, British studio Slightly Mad Studios has rallied – and Project CARS is looking like a real contender for the PlayStation 4's racing crown. While the excellent DriveClub currently occupies that spot, the Bandai Namco published release will offer your first taste of simulation action on Sony's...
Update: Yes, back in the workshop it goes
Slightly Mad Studios appears to have put the brakes on simulation racer Project CARS, which had been set to race onto the PlayStation 4 next month. According to NowGamer, the news was shared with backers on the crowd funded release’s private message board, with an official press release supposedly set to...
Holden a second
If there's one thing that can be said about videogame developers, it's that they love to brag about resolutions and frame rates. It seems that Slightly Mad Studios is no different, as a recent interview with Eurogamer.net has revealed that its upcoming PlayStation 4 racer
Racing games are like London buses: you wait ages for one to pull up, and then several appear at once. It’s been a disappointing first year for petrol heads on the PlayStation 4, with only really Need for Speed: Rivals to keep you occupied – but thankfully the outlook looks, er, good over the coming weeks. In addition to DriveClub...
Slightly Mad Studios is certainly living up to its name with these outstanding images of PlayStation 4 simulation Project CARS. The next-gen racer has been in production at the British-based studio for some time now, but is finally on track for a November release on Sony’s latest system. And in order to celebrate the impending arrival,...
Need For Speed: Shift developer, Slightly Mad Studios, has confirmed that its upcoming "community assisted racing" sim, Project CARS, is coming to PlayStation 3
The racing title, scheduled for 2013 on PC, adopts an ambitious crowd-sourced approach, allowing fans to invest in the project and provide feedback throughout its development process.
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