The world is yours in Project Cars. Well not really of course but what Bandai Namco and developer Slightly Mad Studios are trying to tell us that this game is going to let you race your way. Following on from the release of their Career mode trailer and PC specs announcement, a new trailer has been released this time focusing on the multiplayer aspect of the game. There is no shortage of options here, with public, friends only and private lobbies all available for online play. There will also be a dedicated reputation system, so players who like to crash and bash on the course will start getting paired with other like minded players; same goes for more skilled racers. You can check out the new trailer below.
It should be noted that there is no local split screen play available. So looks like the world is yours if you have a good Internet connection at least. The console versions will support 16 players at once online while 64 bit PC’s can enjoy 32 player races. Along side the new trailer also came full confirmation of the release date for Australia and New Zealand. As we predicted earlier the game will release on the same day as in Europe on May 7th for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One. We have covered the game extensively since its announcement so make sure to check out all our past articles on Project Cars.