Project CARS Screenshots And Trailer Tear Down The Walls
A new trailer for the indie game Project CARS, has been released by YouTube user Mbeeching. It accompanies a brand new truckload of screenshots that the community has released for the highly anticipated new generation racer from Slightly Mad Studios.
Due out in 2014 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U and PC, Project CARS is a realistic racing simulator that aims to bridge both all the graphical nuances of high-end racers like Gran Turismo with the dynamic physics of games like Rfactor and iRacing. Not only that, but the game will also include full livery editing so you can build, customize and make the kind of car you've always dreamed of.
The new trailer, featuring the song “Tear Down The Walls”, offers players a continued look at the progress that SMS is making on the game throughout the long and tedious road to going gold.
The screenshots are a bit more stolid only because they're still images that rely mostly on a player's appreciation for environment designs and the car model polygon count. However, the trailers bring a bit more life to the party since you can get a feel for how each of the car types handle on the road, as well as what the visual, weather and racing conditions are like while taking on a track at more than 200 km/h.
Behind Games actually managed to post up all 80 screenshots that the community recently released and they all look gorgeous. Given the amount of time it would take to download and re-upload them to CB's servers, it was opted to only include the best of the best pics and give you a look at them below.
You can learn more about Project CARS by paying a visit to the game's official website. Also, you can check out more community posted videos and images of the game by visiting the forum board.
And just in case the images below and the trailer above weren't enough to tickle your fancy, you can check out another one of Mbeeching's videos below, called Epic World. Enjoy.
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