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Project CARS 3 Announced - Here's the Trailer, Early Gameplay Footage & Some Details

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Project CARS 3

Project CARS 3 Announced - Here's the Trailer, Early Gameplay Footage & Some Details

Slightly Mad Studios has announced Project CARS 3 and posted a brand new trailer. The game is scheduled to arrive in the summer for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. No word on PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X, but it will probably be announced at a later date. We’ll keep you in the loop.

Own, upgrade and customize hundreds of elite-brand road and race cars.

Career mode has been rebuilt completely from scratch, with the intention of giving players a better sense of progression. In your career you’ll progress through ten car classes, earning XP as you go, unlocking upgrade parts and new events. But, cleverly, if you don’t like a particular type of event, you can spend in-game currency (earned by playing, there are no microtransactions) to skip over it. This is so players don’t feel tied down, forced to drive cars they don’t enjoy.

Plus, there’s been a big focus on improving the realism and intensity of the race – particularly trying to mirror the sensation you feel when playing the game in VR – including new post-processing and motion blur effects, camera shakes and collision damage experiences.

GameRiot has provided some exclusive Project CARS 3 gameplay footage, along with some details. So make sure to check it out and post your thoughts!

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  1. More of a question than a comment here. I think a game that allows the user to have an arcade style or a very technical style is a winner, just pick what you enjoy. I WANT to like Project Cars 2, but I find it incredibly hard/time consuming to set up the car so you are not sliding all over the place, or you can't compete. I want to jump in and race as I love the cars/tracks/graphics. Is there an easy way to do that; if I, clearly, I have missed it! I just hope Project Cars 3 allows you to pick arcade or realistic, AND difficulty levels. Thanks.
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    More of a question than a comment here. I think a game that allows the user to have an arcade style or a very technical style is a winner, just pick what you enjoy. I WANT to like Project Cars 2, but I find it incredibly hard/time consuming to set up the car so you are not sliding all over the place, or you can't compete. I want to jump in and race as I love the cars/tracks/graphics. Is there an easy way to do that; if I, clearly, I have missed it! I just hope Project Cars 3 allows you to pick arcade or realistic, AND difficulty levels. Thanks.

    From my experience with the game, this sounds like more of a controller settings issue than a car setup issue. Once I got my controller settings dialed in to what worked for me I went from slip-slidin and having to baby the cars around the track to being able to jump in to most any car with its default setup and run aggressively and competitively. Worth looking into if you haven't previously

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