Slightly Mad Studios have new previews of their Project CARS 3 title, showing us more of the 2019 Dallara Indycar.
The previews show the open wheeler in a tribute livery to Robert Wickens, the Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports driver who suffered serious back injuries during the 2018 Pocono race and has been on the road to recovery since.
The top-level American open wheeler is on the top end of race car machinery available to players in the title’s career mode that will allow players to make their way up the career ladder starting with street cars and ending with thoroughbred racing machines like the 700bhp Indycar.
Furthermore, Project CARS 3 will also feature improved multiplayer, including a new rivals mode, relay servers for better net performance as well as skill-based match making, custom lobbies will be available as well.
Unfortunately, Project CARS 3 will also lose some of the features of its predecessor, especially on the realism side with tire wear, fuel consumption and pit stops all having been scrapped in a favor of a “pick up and race” approach.
Project CARS 3 will be coming to the PC, Playstation 4 & Xbox One starting August 28.