Project CARS reveals another ridiculously gorgeous gallery of screenshots

Project CARS

By on January 14, 2014 at 2:26 pm

The team behind Project CARS have kicked off the new year in the traditional Project CARS style: by throwing out a bunch of utterly gorgeous new screenshots.

There’s far too many to replicate here, but it should give you a taste of what to expect.

Take a look at the full gallery over here.

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It’s a shame you can’t get in anymore, would of liked to have a go at it.

 

subw00fer,

it’s generally not that good to ‘play’. They do dramatic revisions for physics for each individual car, tyre telemetry and such. Because it’s so pretty, and the engine has so much potential for accurate physics, it makes it too easy to forget it’s still in the development phase, and every quirk makes you want to cry “why isn’t this perfect yet!?!”

I had to uninstall it just so I could face it fresh and clean when it (supposedly) releases later this year, Maybe that’s just me though.

 

I can’t wait to play it fully. I’ve been pretty absent from testing for the very reason I don’t want to feel the broken physics vs the working physics.

The gfx abilities are only going to get better too, stunning will be a very “normal” word for it on final release…

 
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