Last updated on January 4th, 2023 at 04:33 pm
Projects CARS makes a much-needed return to our YouTube channel through the latest video where we roll over Oulton Park’s Fosters layout for a 2-lap trip in a race-ready BMW.
Project CARS advances…
With terrain fixes, new assets and textures having been baked in recently, the polish is being added to what is already a convincing model of the circuit. Anyone that has visited Oulton or even knows it well from race coverage will instantly recognise not only its general appearance but the smaller undulations that characterise the real ribbon of tarmac that winds, climbs and drops its way through the wooded Cheshire countryside.
A BMW hits the spot…
As in earlier builds of the game, Slightly Mad’s version of the BMW Z4 GT3 continues to be an especially approachable racing machine. The car reacts to input in a believable and desirable way. Through the tyres, the handling and the resulting force feedback, audio and on-screen cues, its responsive nature helps rather than hinders driving. To put it briefly, it behaves as expected!
As already announced, the Project CARS release roll-out will begin in November 2014. Now published by Bandai Namco Games, it will ultimately arrive for Windows and SteamOS on the PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Wii U.
And you can see all of our coverage of the original Project Cars title from Simply Mad Studios, here