Project CARS has been moved away from its early first quarter 2013 launch and is being primed for a late 2013 release. The game has already been pinned by just about every gamer who has laid eyes on it as being one of the most visually impressive games ever made. It easily has many gamers questioning if it will be a next-gen launch title.

DSO Gaming made a brief note about the delay following Slightly Mad Studios' confirming that final funding for the game has been secured.

One of the big issues with Project CARS is that the game looks way too good for the current gen consoles (the Xbox 360 and PS3). The high-fidelity graphics and dynamic physics gives the game a really nice look, especially in motion. The game also sports full-grid racing, crash physics and dynamic, real-time lighting and day and night cycles. Weather effects and the latest in DirectX 11 help round out the features.

There's no way the game will look as good as it does on home consoles the way it does in community videos and screenshots. Is it possible Slightly Mad's delay into late 2013 could mean that the game will launch with either Microsoft or Sony's next-gen console? Well, it's a possibility given that we know at least one additional next-gen console is on the way, we just don't know from who. Still, nothing has been confirmed. For now, PC gamers can rest assured that they will get the best version of the game, potentially followed by Wii U owners. You can learn more about Project CARS by visiting the Official Website.

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