A trailer for Project Cars 3 has been released. The third installment in the franchise from Slightly Mad Studio’s, is due this summer and is expected for the PS4, Xbox One and PC, as confirmed via their official Twitter post, seen below.
No announcements have been made yet of next-gen console releases.
Project Cars 3 will allow players to “Own, upgrade and customize elite-brand cars, personalize your racing hero and battle your way up from weekend warrior to racing legend”
As the trailer reveals, Project Cars 3 offers customization options, and a chance to engage in street and circuit racing. At this stage, pricing and release dates have not been confirmed.
Hit play below for the new trailer.
One of the most notable features for Project Cars 3 will include a brand new career mode. Designed for all pedigree of players, from new drivers to the most hardcore of petrol heads.
As well as including a guide for all 10 upgradeable car classes, the career mode will provide a tour of the most sought after cars and tracks featured in Project Cars 3.
Get ready to embark on #YourUltimateDriverJourney. Own, upgrade and customize elite-brand cars, personalize your racing hero and battle your way up from weekend warrior to racing legend in #ProjectCARS3. Summer 2020. PS4, Xbox One, PC.
Watch the trailer: https://t.co/Wj6IEZyGY9 pic.twitter.com/rU3tXHMQbT
— Project CARS (@projectcarsgame) June 3, 2020
Plus, there’s a curated difficultly curve, as well as scaleable objectives and rewards dependant on the types of assists and difficulty options a player picks.
New tracks in Project Cars 3 include the streets of Shanghai, and Interlagos in Sao Paulo, the venue for the Brazilian Grand Prix. Realism tweaks have been implemented for the gameplay, as well as post-processing effects, camera shakes, motion blur, and collision effects.
Lastly, Project Cars 3 introduces a new gamepad map to create a more intense racing experience. Project Cars was released in May 2015, followed two years in September 2017 by Project Cars 2.