Project CARS Screenshots, Video Feature High-Detailed, High-Speed Vehicles
A batch of new screenshots and a new user video for the upcoming new generation racer Project CARS has emerged. The video features a user taking high-stakes turns in a high-speed race around the California highway, while the screenshots are all about the beauty and sleek designs of exotic racing machines.
The video above is a gorgeous display of the pure racing capabilities of the vehicles in Project CARS and is one of the second videos to hone squarely on the game's projection of speed and visual splendor. The first video featured the Formula A racer taking turns at break-neck paces while gunning it long and hard on the straightaways. The video above is a bit more technical – involving the likes of other racers on the track where skill, track awareness and competitor presence plays a factor in the outcome. It's quite thrilling to watch and I'm sure just as much a blast to play (especially if you have a quality steering wheel and gearbox setup.)
In addition to the video above, Gamespot spotted some new screenshots of Project CARS that were made available to public courtesy of Slightly Mad Studios.
It's only a couple of screenshots and they're not even the most breathtaking that we've seen of the game, but it at least gives gamers a good idea of what's in store later this year when the game drops for the Wii U, PS4, Xbox One and PC.
As noted on the company's website...
“Before leaving for Christmas, the development team has provided the community with a packed new Project CARS development build to keep WMD members busy all the way into the new year.
We have some of the screenshots below (not all 60, though). You can check out the entirety of the gallery over on the Project CARS website.
Just as the quote above notes, all of these shots are not press bullshots. These images were snapped by users playing from within the game. Yes, gamers with beastly rigs took the photos using in-game media capture. Just like the video at the top of the article: what you see is what the game is.
If you're keen on getting in on the action you can bide your time with lesser games featuring cardboard cutout crowds or blotchy specular lighting as the real new generation racer preps to take the console and PC market by storm.
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