Project CARS: 60FPS Gameplay Video Featuring 37 Cars on Track
Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco's Project CARS is one of the most anticipated games of 2015 and the game had Gone Gold meaning that there's not a lot of time left until we see the game in our stores. The game is scheduled to be released on May 7th (EU), May 8th (UK) and May 12th for the US. The game will be hosting the PC, PS4 and the Xbox One platforms and the complete and final car list for the game was announced yesterday by the Project CARS team. But today, we have more to share with you and that includes a gameplay trailer for Project CARS featuring an amazing 37 cars on the track.
Project CARS New Gameplay Video Shows Stable Graphics and No Slowdown Issues
The new gameplay trailer for Project CARS is quite catching as it shows a complete round from beginning to the end and what's more is that there is no noticeable lag in game which is running at 1080p and 60 FPS. That is very good news for anyone considering to buy or has already pre-ordered his game. The gameplay video below is of the PS4 console but in general it shows how good a job the developers have done in finishing the game.
The trailer shows a sort of replay in a TV-style with different angles including the inside of the car. This awesome gameplay video will make up your mind if you're still unsure if you want to buy the game or not. Now without further ado, lets have a look at the gameplay video.
The video sure is a great sight for sore eyes, isn't it? Well it's not long now until you'll be able to play the game yourself. This above was a gameplay trailer, but a few days back a proper trailer was also released for the game titled "The World is Truly Yours." You can check out the previously released trailer for Project CARS here.
I hope you had a good time looking at both the trailers and you've probably made up your mind about the game now. Project CARS truly looks fantastic and is ripe for release for gamers and the long wait for the game has truly paid off. We will keep you updated with the latest news about Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco's Project CARS. Until then, do share your views with us in the comments section.