Bandai Announces Project Cars 3

Bandai Namco recently announced Project Cars 3. Developed by Slightly Mad Studios, is propped up to be the most ambitious installment in the poplar racing franchise…

Project Cars 3 will offer fans a familiar sim racing experience. That said, the game will be more accessible than ever before. New features – like fully scalable assists and a redeveloped control scheme – were added to help newcomers get up to speed.

Other new gameplay elements include a challenging Career Mode, 140 global circuits (complete with 24hr cycles and 4-season, all-weather racing), customization options, and more. Add that to the updated visuals, a new sense of speed, and enhanced AI, and fans will have a strong contender for this year’s best racer.

At least, that’s how it looks on paper. We won’t know how good or bad Project Cars 3 is until it’s released later this summer. And given the number of highly anticipated racers dropping this year – everything from Dirt 5 to F1 2020 looks to be well received – Slightly Mad’s game has an uphill battle. Thankfully, this isn’t their first trip around the track.

Project Cars 3 is scheduled to be released this summer on the Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Be sure to check back here as we continue to cover this title.

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