Project CARS Looks Absolutely Amazing in This Epic New Trailer – The World is ‘Truly’ Yours
Unlike other games, Project CARS has not been showing up on the news wall on a daily basis. Other developers like to keep up the hype with more and more releases but not this developer. Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco, the developers of the game, know exactly how and when to play with the emotions of their fans and followers. They know that for such a highly anticipated game, you don’t need lots of releases thrown at you, but just the right amount showcased in perfection. And in that stead, we have a new trailer released for the game titled “The World is Yours.”
Project CARS: “The World is Yours” Trailer
Starting with logos of its developers, the multiplayer aspect of Project CARS is showcased in the new game trailer. The trailer reads “No Matter What the Car, No Matter What the Track (Showing different tracks in different parts of the world), No Matter Where You Come From, What Matters is Finishing First.” The trailer does portray the game quite well but it subtly excludes one thing we need to know as gamers i.e. when you have an experience so graphically rich, you don’t need a win to enjoy your game. Without further ado, lets check out the trailer now.
I hope you had as much fun watching it, as I had writing about it.
Project CARS is an upcoming game releasing on the 8th of May and recent news about the game includes the release that the game will be running at 1080p on the PS4 while it’ll churn out 900p on the Xbox One (60 frames per second on both consoles). However, the PC will support upto 12K resolution. Speaking of which, below are the minimum and recommended PC requirements for Project CARS:
- CPU – 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400, 3.0 GHz AMD Phenom II X4 940
- GRAPHICS – NVIDIA GTX 260, ATI Radeon HD 5770
- MEMORY – 4 GB RAM, 1 GB VRAM
- CPU – 3.5 GHz Intel Core i7 3700, 4.0 GHz AMD FX-8350
- GRAPHICS – NVIDIA GT600 series, AMD Radeon HD7000 series
- MEMORY – 8 GB RAM, 2 GB VRAM
The previously released trailer for Project CARS showcased 30 different tracks and Creative director Andy Tudor shared his thoughts on the game, saying
“The game here is the full game… the game’s finished, but there are tiny little things that are still to be done, which we’ve seen other games shipping with. They get pulled up in reviews and they make the team sad and let people down who have bought it and think it’s a finished product, but actually there are things wrong with it.”
“Project Cars is our own game, it’s not someone else’s IP, and we’ve been working on it for like three years now, so the team want something that goes on the shelf that they’re really proud of, the gamers that have been playing it for a whole time now, and who are waiting for it, they deserve a game that is really good.”
You can also check out the previously released trailer for Project CARS here. Do share your views with us in the comments section.