Project Cars has one of the Weirdest Crash Glitches
Project Cars is undoubtedly one gorgeous looking game and definitely one of the best racing simulators on the market. Although the game suffers from a variety of glitches on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. As pointed out by PlayStation 4 Daily, it has one of the weirdest crash glitches around.
The glitch features the car crashing violently as if it hit a solid wall and was thrown sideways. You can check out the video below:
Recently, Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios stated that they are working on a patch to fix these issues, including the reported PS4 frame rate drops, which will hopefully also be addressed in the next patch.
Slightly Mad Studios' boss, Ian Bell, has recently talked about the benefits that DX12 would bring to the performance of Project CARS, claiming a 30-40% increase. Ian Bell mentioned it in an Xbox One thread, leading people that it was regarding a possible Xbox One boost. It appear though this is not the case, as he subsequently clarified the performance boost PC and console gamers can expect.
Ian Bell explains that 30-40% was for the PC version of Project CARS in DX12 mode., and continued that console games should be expecting a 7% (or slightly more) boost from DX12.
Project CARS has been receiving a certain amount of heat for its various issues. One example is a complaint against the game's physics for the Xbox One version. Players have suggested that the physics model used in the Xbox One version of Project CARS is of lesser quality than the PS4 and PC versions.
Slightly Mad assures that this is not the case and explains that the issues that are creating this notion are simply controller related.
Slightly Mad Studios' Ian Bell stated:
“Not at all. It’s purely a controller issue.”
The team is actually using the new patch and Ian Bell claims that “with the patch it feels ace here,” going on to reassure disgruntled players that “it will be with you soon.”
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