After several delays, Project Cars has finally been released on PC (via Steam), PS4 and Xbox One. The Wii U and Linux versions have been delayed to sometime later in 2015.
Brought to us by developer Slightly Mad Studios, and published by Bandai Namco, Project Cars is the game racing fans have been waiting for. It’s been in development for quite some time and was built in collaboration with its own community. After several delays, it eventually had the final release date of May 8th confirmed.
Project Cars has had racing fans, and non-racing fans alike, drooling since it was announced, with it’s beautiful graphics, perfectly simulated cars and crisp coordinated gameplay. Now you’ll finally be able to test your mettle in various motorsport disciplines across 30 unique locations and over 110 different courses.
Make sure to keep an eye out for our review of Project Cars that’s coming soon.
Until then, take a gander at this most recent trailer for the game, showcasing the career mode.