Project Cars 3 Officially Announced, Will Release in Summer 2020
Sony has recently announced that Project Cars 3 will release in Summer 2020. To confirm the reveal, a trailer of the title of Slightly Mad Studios has appeared on the web. The game will be soon revealed with a full presentation.
According to the official announcement, Project Cars 3 is confirmed to release on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, not being referred to as a cross-gen game. Regarding the game, Slightly Mad promises the best game in the series, full of gameplay improvements and hundreds of customization options for you to join the elite of drivers.
It is also confirmed that there will be “hundreds of elite-brand road and race cars” in the game that we can buy, upgrade and customize to then check out “stunning global” locations around the world. The trailer, which can be seen at the bottom of this article, gives us an opportunity to look at dynamic clashes on several tracks.
The trailer presents ‘in-game’ sequences, but it seems to be taken more from a PC gameplay than from the PS4 Pro itself, since the visual quality is much richer in detail and clarity compared to the Project Cars 2 for the console. It is also worth mentioning that the trailer has been captured at 4K/60 FPS resolution, so we will have to wait to see the real quality of the game compared to other platforms.
It also seems that the title promises a brand new career mode that will appeal to all types of players, including long-time fans as well as new racing enthusiasts.
Recall that Project Cars 3 will be released in summer 2020 for the current generation consoles and PC.