Project CARS 2 Review

Project CARS 2 Developer: Slightly Mad Studios Publisher: Bandai Namco Platforms: Xbox One (Reviewed), PlayStation 4, PC Release Date: September 22, 2017 Price: $59.99 USD – Available Here $89.95 AUD – Available Here Overview The racing genre has evolved immensely throughout the years as fans have flocked to numerous types of games ranging from open world environments that allow player...

Project Cars 2 Announced for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC

Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios have announced that the companies are planning on bringing Project Cars 2 to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in late 2017. The game will feature an expanded line-up of over 170 cars and more than 60 tracks. There will also be some brand new fan requested game modes such as Online Championships and additional racing types, including ice, dirt, snow, and mud...

Project CARS gets Stanceworks Expansion Pack

Project CARS keeps bringing the fresh content with the release of the Stanceworks Track Expansion for the PC, PS4, Xbox One featuring two new modified vehicles and a new track. The two new cars are based on renowned car culture enthusiasts cars, Kiwi Mad Mike Whiddett’s insane MX-5 RadBul Formula Drift car and the KTM X-Bow R. The new track is a road course set in the highlands of Scotland. Over 4...

Project CARS receives Classic Lotus DLC Pack

The new DLC doesn’t stop as Project CARS receives yet another DLC pack following on from the release of the Japanese car pack.The Classic Lotus Expansion pack features four Classic Team Lotus cars, three new locations to drive them on and two expansion races for Career mode, the Lotus Vintage GT Challenge and the Lotus Vintage Formula Challenge. While those cars and trakcs are locked behind ...

Project CARS gets Japanese Car Pack

Project CARS is receiving 6 new cars with it’s latest paid DLC pack. Focused on Japanese cars made famous in movies like The Fast and the Furious, this pack will be sure to please fans of tuners. The cars being added are listed below and there is also a new trailer you can check out at the bottom of this article. The pack cost $3.50 US and is available for PS4, Xbox One and PC. 1999 Mitsubis...

Project CARS Aston Martin Car & Track Pack Available Now

The next pack in Project CARS On Demand DLC service has been released. The Aston Martin Expansion features three new cars and a new track to race them on. Mojave, located in the wilderness of Nevada comprises of five race layouts and a special open Test Track layout allowing players to freely practice and test their car’s performance/handling via Banked Oval, Drag Strip, Hillclimb, Skid Pan, and T...

Project CARS Old Vs. New Car Pack Out Now

Project CARS has released yet another pack for it’s On Demand DLC service. The latest pack is called the Old Vs. New Car Pack and features three retro machines and their modern-day counterparts from the factories of BMW, Ford, and Ruf. Introduced in 1964, the Ford Mustang quickly became one of the company’s most-recognizable models, single handedly starting the muscle car revolution th...

New Project CARS Audi & NZ Ruapuna Park Track DLC Out Now

Project CARS has recently delivered it’s first Track Expansion utilising it’s On Demand DLC service and the first track to be added to the game is New Zealand’s Ruapuna Park circuit. Three iconic Audi racing cars have also been made available. Comprising of five unique layouts, Ruapuna Park International Raceway is New Zealand’s premier motor racing facility, located 13 kilometer...

Project CARS 2 Crowdfunding Begins

Yes Project CARS released just last month but that hasn’t stopped Slightly Mad Studios announcing it is now accepting crowdfunding to fund the sequel, Project CARS 2. Some might argue the studio is getting a little too greedy and ambitious, asking for £7,000,000. In comparison the first game managed to raise just under £3,000,000 and even other very popular Kickstarters such as Shenmue 3 and...

Project CARS On Demand and Racing Icons Pack

Project CARS On Demand is what Slightly Mad Studios are calling their commitment to keeping Project CARS up-to-date with the “greatest, freshest, and most critical content” and while they continually use a lot of buzz words they are delivering with a new info graphic showing their plan for the future to keep new content rolling in to its players. Free cars and sticker packs will contin...

Project CARS Review

Project CARS Developer: Slightly Mad Studios Publisher: Bandai Namco Platform: PS4 (Reviewed), Xbox One, PC, Wii U Release Date: 7/5/2015 Price: $99.95 (AU) – Available Here / $59.95 (US) – Available Here Overview Slightly Mad Studios had a dream to deliver a love letter to the motor racing industry and after four long years of hard work and community involvement, the release of Projec...

Project CARS Launch Trailer Released

It’s been a long four years of testing and community involvement, but now Project CARS is ready for release and promising the most authentic, intense, beautiful and technically-advanced racing game ever made. That is certainly a big promise to make, however with the features listed below Slightly Mad Studios and publisher Bandai Namco are hoping to deliver.  The largest track roster of any r...

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