Slightly Mad Studios has officially released the reveal trailer for Project CARS 3. After three years since Project CARS 2, and five years since the first game, Project CARS 3 is now slated to release this summer.
The trailer provides gives a brief look at customizations and some of the different tracks. The camera starts on a Mercedes AMG GT and an Acura NSX in a race, then gets interrupted by a Chevy Corvette. Project CARS 3 launches summer 2020 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. As of right now, there is no word as far as next-generation releases go.
Slightly Mad Studios made a name for itself in making realistic and semi-realistic racing titles since the time they started working on Need For Speed Shift 1 and 2 for Electronic Arts. When things took a turn for the worst with EA on Shift 3, the team decided to cancel the project and started working on a new franchise. That franchise was the racing game many enjoy, Project CARS. After developing the first two entries of the series independently, the studio was acquired by Codemasters last year.
Project CARS is an ultimate racing simulation featuring a lot of in-depth options in the technical customization of cars, which distinguishes the series from the other racing games available in the market. Project CARS 2 has made a lot of progress in bringing a more realistic experience, while widening the challenges of the game by adding different weather conditions.
Not too much is known about Project CARS 3, but we expect to be hearing more information soon.