Project CARS


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Name       Project CARS-RELOADED
Released : May 2015
Platform : PC, PS4, XBOX ONE
Genre       : Racing


Project CARS (or Community Assisted Racing Simulator) is a motorsport simulation video game developed by the British video game developer Slightly Mad Studios and distributed by Bandai Namco Games. It was released on 7 May 2015 in Europe and is scheduled to be released on 12 May 2015 in America[4] for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, andXbox One, while the Wii U and SteamOS/Linux versions have been delayed to later in 2015.


You can find Project Cars Guide here : Project Cars Guide

Game features :

The finished product is intended to represent a realistic driving simulation. In order to differentiate the game from the established industry leaders, Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport, Slightly Mad Studios' aim is a "sandbox" approach that allows the player to choose between a variety of different motorsports paths and grants immediate access to all included tracks and vehicles. Project CARS will portray racing events spanning multiple days, progressing fromshakedown and qualifying runs to the race itself, while changes in weather and lighting conditions are simulated dynamically.


Physics Simulation

The game adopts an improved version of the Madness engine, which was the basis for the Need for Speed: Shift titles. More processing power available in modern computers allows for the introduction of a dynamic tire model named "SETA", rather than the steady-state model based on lookup tables, as seen in previous generation simulations. To accommodate differing skill levels, Slightly Mad Studios offers gamers (with or without a digital wheel) various driver aids and input filtering methods.

In addition to community feedback, Slightly Mad Studios have acquired the professional services of racing driver and Top Gear's former "Stig", Ben Collins, Clio Cup and European Touring Car Cup racing driver Nicolas Hamilton, and former Formula Renault 3.5L and current ELMS driver Oli Webb.

Content

There are 74 drivable cars, over 30 unique locations with at least 110 different courses. For licensing reasons, some tracks are currently codenamed using their geographic location. In addition to real world racing circuits and fictional kart circuits, there are two fictional point-to-point roads inspired by Côte d'Azur and California Pacific Coast.


Minimum Spec

OS: Windows Vista
Processor: Intel Core2Quad
Memory: 4GB
Hard disk space: 25GB
VGA: GeForce GTX260/Radeon HD5770


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