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Post by Eorl @ 09:49am 02/05/14 | 0 Comments
Developer Slightly Mad Studios has today revealed a handful of new screenshots from their upcoming racer title Project CARS, showing off for the first time the PlayStation 4 version.

According to Andy Tudor, creative director at the studio who took to the PlayStation Blog to reveal more backstory on Project Cars, these screenshots were taken simply by "pausing the game and taking a screenshot." The blog post also continues to tout support for Sony's upcoming virtual reality headset Project Morpheus, which Slightly Mad hopes to finally "feel what it’s like [to sit] in the driving seat of a high performance machine."
Whether you’re recreating Lewis Hamilton’s fearlessness out on a European racing circuit, searching for that perfect opportunity to break out of a close pack of GT cars, testing your stamina doing a 24h race in an LM Prototype, or simply taking a muscle car out for a drive down the US West Coast, both the cars and tracks are exact 1:1 recreations of the real things.

On the cars that means visually down to the screws that hold the suspension manifold together, physically in terms of recreating the exact handling and performance characteristics, and sonically representing the various roars or purrs or growls that each exhibits. Others may say similar, but they don’t come close to the attention to detail we put in.
Check out the screenshots below and head over to the PlayStation Blog post for a full run down on just what the team are hoping to achieve with the racing title.

Project CARS will be available on PC, SteamOS, Wii U, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One starting in November. The game will also contain support for Oculus Rift and 4k resolutions.













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