Project CARS 3 News
Round Up Project CARS 3 PS4 Reviews Suggest a Positive Change in Direction
Project CARS 3 is an interesting game; it was announced only back in June, and is now on the verge of release. With such a short turnaround, then, racing game enthusiasts want to know -- how is it? Does it have all the simulation bells and whistles of its predecessors? Has it turned into something different? The first few reviews have begun...
News This Project CARS 3 Trailer Wonders What Drives You
It's been a speedy turnaround from announcement to launch for Project CARS 3. The racer comes to PlayStation 4 on 28th August 2020 after being revealed exactly two months ago, and some of the changes it is making haven't all gone down well with the hardcore fanbase. It is stripping out the likes of pitstops and fuel usage, but this...
News Project CARS 3 Scraps Pitstops, Tyre Wear, and Fuel Usage, But Says It's Still a Simulator
Make it make sense
This is a bit of a weird one, isn't it? Project CARS 3, the third instalment in what has been one of the PlayStation 4's most hardcore racing simulators, has confirmed that it will not feature pitstops, tyre wear, or even fuel usage. That is despite developer Slightly Mad Studios stating the driving title is still a racing sim...
News Project CARS 3 Shifts into Gear on PS4 This August, New Screenshots Released
Project CARS 3 was only announced earlier this month, and it already has a release date. What's more, Bandai Namco is pushing this racing sim sequel out the door very soon indeed. This next racer from Slighty Mad Studios is coming to PlayStation 4 on 28th August 2020. We've only seen very brief gameplay of this out-of-the-blue...
News Project CARS 3 Is a New Direction for the Series, But Still a Racing Simulator
Accessible to newcomers
Project CARS 3 was announced all of a sudden yesterday for PlayStation 4, and it looks like some outlets have already had a taste of this new direction for the hardcore racing franchise. As the announcement trailer demonstrated, you'll be taking to both the track and streets of classic cities across the world. It's a move...
News Project CARS 3 Cuts Corners on PS4 This Summer
Publisher issues update
Update: Bandai Namco, the publisher of Project CARS 3, has issued an update as to what happened here. The PlayStation Europe YouTube channel was the only place this announcement trailer was initially uploaded, and that's because the team wanted to delay the reveal in support of the Black Lives Matter protests. Bandai Namco...