There’s a new circuit, various game improvements, and four new paid cars to drive with the Project CARS 3 Power Pack DLC and Update 4 both out now.
All Project CARS 3 owners will now get access to the new Lake Valley Speedway track, which comes with four different layouts. The fictional circuit in Utah offers a figure of eight, and also features night racing.
Project CARS 3 Power Pack DLC
The latest DLC for Project CARS 3 focuses on four Japanese cars, with two classic examples and two modern choices. Particularly notable is the fact the Nissan Z Proto is included, months before the car is released in the real world.
The DLC also includes 16 themed events, 12 liveries, 20 decals, 5 patterns, 5 rims, 10 tyres, 10 license plates, 5 race numbers, and 1 new character with 10 outfits and helmets, plus new achievements and trophies.
The cars included are:
The 1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex AE86 (+ Race Conversion)
A classic Japanese sports car which competed in rallying, touring cars, and helped to create drifting with the combination of a high RPM 1.6 litre twin cam engine, light weight, and great handling.
The 2002 Nissan Silvia S15 Spec R Aero (+ Racing Conversion)
A dominant force in both Japanese touring cars and drifting, featuring a six speed manual gearbox and limided slip differential.
The 2020 Nissan 370Z (+ Race Conversion)
The fourth generation 3.7 litre V6 produces 332hp, and comes with a SynchroRev Match which auto-blips for downshifts.
The Nissan Z Proto (+ Race Conversion)
Due to go into production in 2021, the Nissan Z proto features a new twin-turbo 3 litre V6 engine and manual six speed transmission.
If that’s not all, there’s also Project CARS 3 Update 4 to download for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Project CARS 3 Update 4 Changelog:
- Added one new track: Lake Valley Speedway
- Invites: Tweaks and fixes
- Bahrain: Fixed various camera placements
- Rivals and Playlists extended with new events
- Increased update rate for the delta-time in HotLap
- Optimized memory usage (to correct several leaks and crashes)
- Photo Mode camera clipping into the new cars in the garage fixed
- Fixed a crash that occurred while returning to a lobby with a disconnected controller
- Fixed visual upgrade brake offsets not being applied when using bodywork upgrades
- Fixed an issue where customized vehicle thumbnails would appear grey if the user remained in the lobby between races
- Fixed several issues that would result in crashes, unresponsiveness, or incorrect data displays when returning from watching replays
- Ford Fusion: Reduced steering lock by 7.5 degrees to add some safety net for the chassis solver
- Porsche 959 S: Fixed wiper-mask texture size
- Logitech TRUEFORCE fixes and improvements
- Race loading stall when users alt-tab to minimize the app fixed (PC)
- Fixed mouse cursor disappearing if race loaded in windowed mode (PC)
- VR: Potential fix for various reported crashes (PC)
- User can no longer see the custom plate and name from blocked users (PS4)
- Fixed an issue where users were able to bypass password requirement by joining via friends list (Xbox One)
- Fixed the passworded lobbies to always request a password (Xbox One)
Keep up with the latest Project CARS 3 news, DLC and other coverage, here. Along with checking out the Project CARS 3 car list and Project CARS 3 track list.