Ever since Slightly Mad Studios launched development of Project CARS title, professional race car drivers played a pivotal role with helping to shape the WMD-powered title into the most realistic virtual racing experience possible.
For the past few years, Handling Consultants Ben Collins & Nicolas Hamilton have provided detailed feedback reports in the WMD forums to help fine-tune the cars’ handling characteristics. Now, just in time for Christmas, Slightly Mad Studios have decided to share the real-drivers’ input with everyone by releasing a document that contains all their feedback reports from more than two years of development.
The released document allows everyone to catch up on all the physics freedback reports from the two Handling Consultants as well as the subquentet replies from Slightly Mad Studios’ vehicle dynamic engineers. All the feedback is unfiltered & unedited as it was posted inside the WMD forums.
The documents starts in November 2012, a cruical month for the phyiscs development of Project CARS as implementation of the SETA tire model was kicked off that month and refined the following 24 months, all based on the highly extensive feedback the expert drivers provided.
As the drivers have provided very extensive feedback, the document comes with more than 400 pages of insight into the title’s development, giving everyone a chance to see the WMD-process in full swing!
Project CARS will be available for the PC, Sony Playstation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One starting March 17 in the United States and March 20 in Europe, coming both as standard edition as well as being available as Limited Edition with additional goodies & content.
Project CARS will be sold both as boxed copies available at your favorite retailers as well as via digital distribution on Steam. More info can be found on the Project CARS website.Download Project CARS Driver Feedback Compilation Here[/boxdownload]