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Slightly Mad Studios has today announced that their crowd-powered, AAA racing title Project CARS will be coming to three further gaming platforms in 2014: Valve's SteamOS, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

For the next-gen consoles, Slightly Mad Studios hopes that with the new graphical fidelity the racing title will have the chance to set a new standard for virtual racing for motorsports and car fans around the world. For SteamOS, the extension of an already existing relationship with Valve will allow even more racing enthusiasts the chance to don a helmet and set out on the track.

“Project CARS has always led the pack in terms of insane detail. Whether that’s graphically in the craftsmanship of our cars and tracks, technically in the way we’ve approached weather and time of day, or emotionally in how each car feels and responds to your touch," said Ian Bell, head of the development studio.

"These powerful new platforms allow us therefore to not compromise on the quality of our vision and ultimately that means players are going to experience something truly breathtaking when they get behind the wheel."



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