Slightly Mad Studios reveals via twitter that Project Cars 3 will launch on August 28 on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Now everything is ready.

Slightly Mad Studios confirms the release date of Project Cars 3. Their new work will arrive on PS4, Xbox One and PC on August 28. A brief tweet on its official channel has been enough to place another of the contenders of the genre in the shootout during this 2020.

We knew of her arrival earlier this month. This fusion of aspects between the simulation on the track and more casual tests, form a total contrast against what was seen in the second installment. From the seriousness of the competition we go to a kind of meeting point between players. It’s inevitable to appreciate the similarities, in part, with Driveclub.

In our preview, we brought you the first details after going to their virtual presentation. Project Cars 3 prioritizes the total renewal of career mode, riddled with disparate tests, which will take us through the ten available categories. Vehicle customization will be complete. We can modify them by installing parts that increase their performance. A value, called the Performance Index Rating, will determine which range it is in.

In addition to everything discussed, all the functions so far will be included, such as variable weather and the day / night cycle. Multiplayer features will not lag behind. Broadly speaking, it has undergone a test division similar to that seen in GT Sport.

A 2020 on wheels

We said it at the beginning of the piece. This year will be a celebration for motor lovers. DIRT 5, F1 2020, Assetto Corsa Competizione, WRC 9 and MotoGP 20, among others, were recently joined by Gran Turismo 7. Exclusively for PS5, Polyphony Digital will debut in the next generation with the desired seventh installment, after having flirted with a spin off during the life cycle of PlayStation 4.

Without date in this case, what we do know is that Project Cars 3 will debut on August 28 on PS4, Xbox One and PC.


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