Slightly Mad Studios confirmed that Project Cars 3 will not only be in stroke on PS4, but that it will also join Xbox One and PC race games. The studio recently stated to talk about the impact of next-generation consoles on racing games. It is also possible that this race simulation is also on the Xbox Series X and PS5. Project Cars 3 later released this summer, but no official date has been set for the moment. Project Cars 2 is currently available for PS4, Xbox One and PC for racing fans to see if the series is for them before the summer output.
As we previously reported that Project Cars 3 would be on PS4, Slightly Mad Studios recently confirmed the current generation consoles on which it will rush. With the exception of Google Stadia and Nintendo Switch, all the hardware of the current generation will receive the next race simulation. The recent trailer has shown the different improvements that Slightly Mad Studios has made to their formula already established. The trailer gives a brief overview of the personalization of the game as well as some of the different tracks because it follows an intense race between a Mercedes AMG GT and a Acura NSX.
“We obviously aim for 60 images on the platforms we launch Project Cars 3,” said Joe BARRON, Director of Marketing and Sports at a recent interview. “We will be able to continue updating our levels of detail, and we think it will get closer all the time, which is really cool.” Asked about the new generation material, Joe Barron said, “I think for us in the field of race, optimization with respect to everything we talked about with hard disk speeds and loading speeds And others, will have a great impact on this kind of level of performance, in all the races. “
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