Project CARS – Dubai Reality Check Video

AdrianF1 has released another one of his cool reality check video, taking a closer look at the recently-added Dubai Autodrome for Project CARS.

The video compares real-life footage captured with a Formula Gulf car alongside footage from Project CARS using the Formula B. The Formula Gulf car used in the real footage will be coming to Project CARS as well, making it a perfect match for the Dubai track.

Project CARS is coming to the PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Wii U in late 2013. More info can be found on the WMD website.

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  • Anonymous

    Looks great. But why are there so many skidmarks, tyre build up at cars version, when real life one is clean.

    • Anonymous

      That’s the only problem graphically I can see, with all pcars tracks, other wise it looks fine, still not up to Assetto Corsa standards, but will do until the skids are removed.

      • http://www.facebook.com/stuart.fields.9 Stuart Fields

        I suspect that the marks on the track are simply an easier way of putting a rough racing line on the track. More a sim tool than a graphical reality of the circuit. Better than a bright green line leading you around. Not for the purists obviously but a great way to get people around the track accurately right from the start.

    • Anonymous

      The track is a just released WIP, and still early in the process, so expect a lot of work to be put into it in the coming months, and not only on the track surface (it doesn’t even have a progress thread on WMD yet).

      As the game gets closer to release, the track surfaces will also be getting dynamic rubber build up, marbles and such, not just static textures.

  • Anonymous

    1 sounds like a racing car, the other sounds like a hoover.

    • Anonymous

      Ok, we get it… Please find another broken record to play.

  • Anonymous

    1. The Project CARS video capture must be slowed down as the Formula B is much faster than a FG1000 car.
    2. The camber of many of the virtual track’s corners are too extreme.

  • SarcasticIan

    Loft accuracy is not so good, but it’s in development still probably

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