In development for some time at Slightly Mad Studios, Project CARS promises to be one of the most effective car simulations of recent years. The design being carried out in particular following the feedback from the community of players, the title promises to be as faithful as possible to expectations.
Bandai Namco, the publisher of PC games and home consoles, has published a official trailer below which displays some of the cars that we will be able to drive in-game, while displaying an always splendid graphic realization.
At the same time, it was pointed out that Project CARS will have more circuits than any recent racing game. The exact number, however, was not underlined, but there had previously been talk of 30 leads.
Technically, if we know the game will be compatible with Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus virtual reality headsets, we learn that can be played in Ultra HD 12K resolution, possible with a rather expensive configuration.
Finally, it is specified that the game will compatible with more than 40 steering wheels and peripherals.
Project CARS will be marketed on March 20, 2015 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The release will take place a little later on Wii U and Steam OS.