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A new comparison video has been posted to driving game YouTube channel AdrianFlesp, showing off just how much has changed in the last two years for racing title Project Cars.

The eight minute clip that you can see below shows just how much things can change in just two years, though that’s a fairly long time by anyone’s count, game developing isn’t exactly easy – especially for a game of such high standards as Project Cars. Lighting, shadows, detail and landscaping are among the transformation for the game, developed by Slightly Mad Studios.

The PC video comparison uses the California Highway track from Project Cars, also due to be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, with a Wii U version coming in 2015.




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