Gorgeous Next-Gen Racer Project CARS Pulls into PC with High-End Visual Features Including 4K and SLI Support
Slightly Mad Studios’ long-anticipated next-generation racing simulation, Project CARS, has finally launched worldwide on PC.
Featuring 70+ meticulously detailed high-performance sports vehicles to drive, and a great deal more coming post-launch, Project CARS takes driving simulation to a breathtaking level of realism with advanced visuals and physics simulation built on the latest version of the Madness game engine.
The developer has not only put a tremendous amount of time and care into making the vehicles look virtually indistinguishable from their real life counterparts, but also perform authentically on the track with true-to-life handling and simulation developed with feedback from professional racing drivers like Ben Collins, Nicolas Hamilton and Oli Webb.
The game also looks and plays fantastic on PC. NVIDIA worked alongside the development team at Slightly Mad Studios on a launch day driver in order to ensure the game performs great on GeForce GTX powered gaming PCs.
“NVIDIA has been a great partner of ours throughout the development of Project CARS." said Ian Bell, CEO of Slightly Mad Studios. "We have worked very closely with them on testing, engineering, and driver support and are very excited at the results of the game on PC.”
Project CARS arrives on PC with support for graphical features including 4K visuals and SLI. At Gamescom in Cologne, Germany last year, the developer showcased the game running in eye-watering 4K on Alienware Aurora GeForce GTX TITAN Z PCs while boasting a silky smooth frame rate.
Project CARS is now available to download on PC via Steam.