Project CARS Summary


Project CARS Review

A beautiful and in-depth racing simulator. Shame about the name though eh?

Latest Updates

Project Cars 2 Will Deliver 12K Support Across 60+ Tracks Later This Year

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Being one of the first driving sims to advocate its major VR support, Project Cars is back with Project Cars 2 and a whole lot more bells and whistles.

9.0 patch now available for Project CARS

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The 9.0 patch is now live for the PC and PlayStation 4 versions of Project CARS. Most of the tweks involve rebalancing individual issues with the cars themselves. The patch also fixes serious bugs with the Fanatec gamepad and the Thrustmaster T500 wheel. The Xbox One patch will be released in the near future.

Renault Sport Cars the newest DLC pack available for Project CARS

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Slightly Mad Studios has released the seventh Project CARS downloadable content car pack. The featured brand this time is Renault, with includes six new models, with one of them, the Radical RXC Turbo, free for all owners of the game.

Classic Lotus Track DLC now available for Project Cars

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Bandai Namco has announced that the Classic Lotus downloadable content pack is now available for Project Cars, based on the famed British car manufacturer founded back in 1952. The DLC features one free car to whet gamers' appetites.

Project Cars developer teams up with ESL to offer professional eSports events‏

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Slightly Mad Studios has teamed up with the Electronic Sports League (ESL) to offer "legitimate, dedicated professional eSports" within its crowd-funded racer, Project CARS.

After testing out the game's eSports capability at Gamergy in Madrid and at Gamescom earlier this year, the studio decided to build upon an interest in professional competition from the community.

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