Project CARS – New Rene Rast Video + PS4 Hands On

Professional race car driver Rene Rast has released a new video out of his home simulator, showing a lap around Laguna Seca in Project CARS.

The video shows a lap around the Californian track with 10x time acceleration, allowing Rene to experience wet weather conditions at the start of the lap as the sun comes up during the run, drying the track as the lap is finished.

In related news, several media outlets recently got the chance to give Project CARS a try. One of them was Playstation Universe, who released a hands-on article about their experience with the game:

While our time with Project CARS was brief – a singular track of a game that boasts over fifty circuits – it was more than enough to get a feel for just how accomplished a racing simulator it’s turning out to be. One thing’s for absolute certain: the gauntlet’s been thrown down and it looks like a head-to-head on the final stretch between that of DriveClub and Project CARS. It’ll undoubtedly to be a photo finish.

Project CARS will be available for the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam OS, and Wii U starting November 2014. More info can be found on the Project CARS website.

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  • Chris Wright

    Accepting that some folks will continue to play the “Don’t trust a driver with what might be free issue kit” ticket, let’s all at least agree that this looks absolutely incredible.

    PCars is going to be a landmark title.

    • melanieuk1

      Yup it sure is going to be one of the best sims out there for the pc, I already own assetto corsa, if r3e was a boxed product I would own that as well, though we own it in its free to play form kind of.
      Some say GTR2 still has the best rain effect poppycock I say NetKar pro does to me, and I hope kunos includes rain in ac somewhere down the line in the future.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXK35mccAOQ

      • Chris Wright

        It is indeed odd that KS didn’t include this in AC from the get go, but I’m sure they have their reasons.

      • Hurdy Hurdy

        Nah, Geoff Crammond’s GP4 had best wet weather, lol.

      • Chris Wright

        Ahead of its time, but dated now.

      • HammerX

        Is anyone running Netcar Pro today? Doesn’t look too bad to me.

      • gianluca p

        If you look the game with the exterior cam you don’t see any rain drops, it’s just on the helmet. You have the storm sound and the wet tarmac, but no rain falling.
        It’s still a cool effect by the way, especially the sound and the look of the game.

      • melanieuk1

        Ok I didn’t know, I’ve not tried netKar pro, since the very first assetto corsa demo, only purchased it because of that, but will try it again this weekend.

      • HardRock

        I’m sure this will be an unpopular opinion, but I think that to date the F1 games from Codemasters are kings of wet weather as far as graphics are concerned.

      • Chris Wright

        +1 I agree, though PCars is about to change that.

      • HardRock

        I hope so. At the moment there are only two wet weather effects that I miss from pCARS:

        1) The streaking of water droplets on the body and windows of cars.

        2) More realistic water droplets in helmet cam when driving open wheelers.

        Both of these are planned of course, and I share your opinion that when they’ll be in the sim pCARS’ wet weather package will be really strong.

        Speaking specifically about #2, I think F1 games did an excellent job: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sB4HYY6PH7M

    • wajdi nujeidat

      Please! All these drivers are paid to make these promotion videos, I know it, you know it and every one knows it. Look Chris, I don’t have any problem with all these drivers making this videos about Cars, but I don’t accept this crap, ” they doing it because They love PCars or they are doing it by free……because Cars is the best sim, blablabla…

      • Chris Wright

        There you are, they’ve started already :-)

      • melanieuk1

        What do you expect, it’s not rfactor or rfactor 2 so it’s a sin that real world racing drivers are using Pcars and not his favorite sim, how dare they. I’m wondering would other sims get this negative response if we saw real racing drivers using them, keep posting more of this type of news Rob.

      • Chris Wright

        How observant you are. I had no idea we were in the presence of an ISI fanboy. What an honor.

      • F1Racer

        rFactor isn’t the be all and end all for everyone either. Lets forget there is quite a choice out there.

      • melanieuk1

        Agree, well now I do, after trying LFS with my new wheel, now I will be trying NetKar Pro, how brainwashed was I to stick with one sim engine.

      • F1Racer

        You don’t want to invite answers on that one :)

      • 5hitm4k3r666

        There is a quite recently released video of Freddy Hunt driving rF2 with wrong FOV setup and stuff like that. I couldn’t care less for those kind of videos. It is just advertising, nothing more – nothing less.

      • Birddogg66

        He got paid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • 5hitm4k3r666

        You don’t have to pay people to make advetising.

      • Birddogg66

        Oh that was just sarcasm due to the fact people insists Rene is getting paid by SMS

      • melanieuk1

        No one care’s, I don’t want to discuss with you.

      • 5hitm4k3r666

        So why reply?

      • LogiForce

        Well, at least PD doesn’t get flamed for having pro drivers play their Gran Turismo series. So yeah, not all get negative responses.

        I am sure Jan Mardenborough and other GT Academy winners get paid to play Gran Turismo though. As promotion of the game and the GT Academy’s succes.
        If not that than he just gets paid as a pro driver who has to support his sponsors, in this case Polyphony Digital, and showcase and support their products by using them (i.e. playing Gran Turismo in public).

      • F1Racer

        You did light the blue touch paper, be fair. Spark to a flame.

      • Chris Wright

        And you seriously think this makes any difference good Mr Moderator? They need no encouragement from me. Just the words Rene and Rast in a headline are enough to ignite their, er, passions.

      • F1Racer

        What’s up with you today ? Bad mood ?
        You’re right they need no encouragement you yet you saw fit to supply some. Well done.

      • Chris Wright

        I’d say the ball is firmly on the other foot. It was a throw away comment and frankly makes no difference, as you of all people should realize. For the record I am in a superb mood, thanks, or at least until you completely misinterpreted my intentions. I was merely referring to previous comments made in previous threads.

        I’m sorry if you see it differently but I guarantee you’d have still got the same comments. To prove that, I’ll refrain from comment on the next Rene Rast drives at…. post and we’ll see.

      • F1Racer

        I’m not doubting your intentions Chris. Not at all.
        But even I could see that a comment like that was going to set the ball rolling, and it did.
        Yes you may be right that it could have happened anyway, but that was almost an invitation for some :)

        Now, gotta get that ball off my foot….

      • Chris Wright

        :-) just another day in VR Land :-))

      • F1Racer

        Well indeed, and I have to sort through the aftermath.

      • Chris Wright

        It’s just amazing to me how much vitriol has been generated because a pro driver might be getting freebie kit. I mean good luck to Rene, wouldn’t we all do the same! What you have to say is that he is a damn good sim racer, as one might expect of course.

      • F1Racer

        I agree. I don’t understand it. As a sim-racer I think it’s brilliant that real race drivers are seen using our sims and that it’s not just us in our bedrooms (or whatever).
        I much prefer to see that than to think real race drivers don’t use our sims because then I would have to question their validity as a real life tool or aid. Even if it’s only to learn circuits.
        I know an ex GP2 driver (he was in that race that Henry Surtees got killed at), and he was at my place on my rig, learning a track (Imola) that he hadn’t race on before.
        So I stuck him in a virtual GP2 car and off he went. Within 10 laps on a sim he’d never used before he was lapping quicker than me. I learned from him that day and he was more than half my age.
        Great day.

        Anyway, I digress….. Whether these drivers get freebie stuff or are financially rewarded or not, I couldn’t care less.
        When it comes to the sim in question it will only be me that makes a judgement on it for myself. No-one will decide it for me. Everyone has different tastes and I like to find my own.
        I just like to watch the videos and that’s it. I just don’t know why we need all these judgements and presumptions on these guys.

      • Chris Wright

        Another great point to make is the credibility the hobby is acquiring by association with leading drivers.

      • JorgeDeeeeeaz

        It might be nice to see, but for me it always leaves a weird taste to it. Just take the F1 series by Codemasters, that game was horrible from a physics perspective, yet there were ex-F1 drivers promoting it and telling how good it is. It is all in the context of how it is used. If it is used to show the game on a decent rig, show what looks like to be driven it is absolutely fine. To show it in order to claim the new messiah has born is wrong in my opinion.

        If the sim would perfectly replicate the real world, you would always be quicker in the sim. No G-Forces, no worries about life or material. Posting news like he jumped into the car in pCars and got within 0.0000002 sec of his real time is a bit fishy.

        With your GP2 mate: It works either way. When I did my driving license I had no problems with driving whatsoever, because I had spent 200.000km in Live For Speed before that. Now if a seriously good real life racer changes to a sim, he just needs to adapt to the feeling and from then on it’s just whether he’s better than you or not.

        The reason why GT Academy people do so well in real life is that they know about racing lines, braking points and all that from the virtual reality and can transform it into the real world. Just like when I go karting with friends, they are nowhere compared to me because they take the weirdest lines and braking points…

      • wajdi nujeidat

        I have to say it and it hurts me to say it, but VR is loosing a lot of credibility with all these promotion videos about Pcars and Fanatec products! Now you can ban me!

      • Chris Wright

        You sound like you want them to :-))

      • F1Racer

        For you maybe. I’d ban you for spelling losing with two ‘o’s :) (Watch people take that seriously)

      • wajdi nujeidat

        Well, you are right, but English isn’t my first linguage and I’m sorry about that. :)

      • F1Racer

        You don’t have to apologise wajdi :) Your English is just fine. Better than a lot of Brits too I’m sure.

      • Hurdy Hurdy

        Why are you having a pop at the Brits now, lol?

      • F1Racer

        Have you seen the level of their English these days ? :)
        Don’t worry I’m a Brit too so I have to lump myself in also.

      • GamerMuscle
      • Rlee

        It’s not your English skills. It’s your accusations that SMS and Rene Rast have some underground monetary deal to promote pCARS and are lying about it, that make you a pathetic troll.

      • HammerX

        Lol!

      • Birddogg66

        “I HAVE TO SAY IT HURTS ME TO SAY” Then why say it? I got no problem with you except I particularly don’t agree with a lot of what you post and seems to me like some crusade against pCARS, Fanatec, and the people whom stand by these products. As it stands I think your more at risk of losing credibility than VR. When we do get rF2 threads there have been times that the ISI PR head has come out and said that the news was not ready to be posted. If you feel a lull here there the ones you need to urge to be more transparent.

      • Eric S

        Dude, just shut up

      • MontoyaVR

        Okay, so pCARS sucks & Fanatec sucks.

        Since you frequently comment on what should *not* be covered, how about chiming in on what you believe deserves coverage?

        How about Assetto Corsa? Or rFactor 2? Right now, these sims make up about 80% of the content on VirtualR.. but I guess something’s wrong about that as well?

        Seriously, it’s unfortunate that you have some sort of issue with pCARS and Fanatec but you have to accept that this is a personal problem for you. These two are major players in sim racing and they *will* get covered, whether you like it or not.

        And as far as “promotional videos” go, yeah, this is a news site and a big portion of the content has always been promo videos, trailers etc. Because that’s how upcoming products are being introduced to the public.

      • EZehnder

        He very clearly asked to be banned. I mean, I’m no big city lawyer (grasps suspenders), but I think it’d be the nice thing to oblige him.

      • Birddogg66

        You know what Wajdi? You and your followers putting in a lot of effort to try to belittle Project CARS, Fanatec, What ever are not spending enough time trying to support the things you do like. I did not see you or any of the people who up voted you take the time to comment on the work being done on Spa to be intended as an add on for rF2 by Apex Modding. It just show you guy’s minds are not in the right place. Your expending effort to try to tear something down rather than trying to boost something up. I think it’s something for you and those that up voted you to take a personal look at. Along the way maybe your prime interests are being forgotten and your outlook is clouded.

      • F1Racer

        If you have evidence of your opinion, I think we’d all like to see it. You seem to be very convinced so I’m assuming you’ve got some from somewhere. Because until then it’s just an opinion.

      • LogiForce

        The whole debate reminds me of a part of the lyrics of an old Doobie Brothers song…

        “But what a fool believes he seesNo wise man has the power to reason away
        What seems to be”

        Meaning that once a person has decided like a fool that something ‘must be the case’, no matter what anyone says… he will never be convinced otherwise.

        Which is something that can be argued to be the case on both sides of the argument. In the end the whole debate is a big ‘Catch 22′ with the lack of evidence on both sides.

      • Patrik Marek

        would love to see the evidence of that as well,
        just because it’s so obvious still doesn’t mean that it’s true,

        funny thing is that usually people that don’t agree the most are the ones without the access to the thing they are arguing about

        like the forever fights GT vs Forza, .. how can each side say one is better without trying out the other? and this is something similar

      • Birddogg66

        So are you ready for your drug test now? Go in the bathroom and fill this bottle! Before you do is there anything we need to know that might make things go easier on you?

      • Rlee

        Idiots like you crack me up.

      • Birddogg66

        Watch it now you said the crack word I might have to hand you a bottle as well! :)

      • F1Racer

        Post another personal insult…. I already removed your first one and now you jump in again.

  • Guest

    Is Netcar pro something people still race? I don’t own it but wouldn’t mind having it in my library. Opinions?

    • gianluca p

      Don’t know if the multiplayer is still alive considered that AC is out and that the NK netcode wasn’t perfect at those days, only hot lapping for me with this game. But the combo Osella/Trento Bondone is worth the old full price, and now is very cheap (only 3,99€). But there also other cool cars and tracks in the game. Not to say the tracks converted for this game (Macau, Riccardo Tormo, Nordschleife, etc.) and the slalom circuit of Brescia (“Trofeo pane e salame”). Check drivingitalia.net and most of all nkpro.radiators-champ.com for the downloads and the setups. Enjoy. ;)

    • Birddogg66

      It’s worth getting yes inexpensive though it may only serve as a hot lapper. It’s one of those games that on my first try I knew the developer had something good going.

  • Hurdy Hurdy

    The sun came out to dry the track, but it seemed to keep raining on the drivers side window.
    Don’t tell it was spray from the track, as the track had dried, blue sky was showing, but window kept getting rained on.

    • Rlee

      OMG!! It’s WIP dude.

    • F1Racer

      Sometimes I come back to my real car after it has rained and stopped a while ago. Covered in rain drops still. My car is WIP btw :)

  • Markus Ott

    There is clear evidence that wajdi nijeidat is paid to post all those comments by ISI.
    I know it, you know it and every one knows it. I don’t accept this crap, “he is doing this because he hates pCARS promotions and he is doing it in his free, blablabla…

  • Silvio

    This video shows a real simulator in action. Maybe the grip transition is not perfect, maybe the force feedback system is not perfect, but what is perfect?

    There are no two drivers on the world that can feel and say the same thing about the same car at same track at same conditions.

    There is no perfection. This game will not be perfect, never. But it is going to be one of the best racing games ever made, and that is a perfect prediction.

    I saw a video where it showed a real impression of a real car being real driven for a real driver.

    • Keith Horner Jr

      Can’t tell if this real sarcasm, real BS or real stupid?

      • tromoly

        Why is his reply stupid? Let me explain.

        No racing simulator out there will ever be 100% accurate. With all physics models written there are assumptions made that make the model work, obviously the more in-depth the model is and the less assumptions are made, the better. Unfortunately, the one parameter for sim racing that can never, ever be done without assumptions is tire modelling. Do some research into tire modelling and data repeatability and you will see why a tire model is the outright hardest thing to develop, tires change so much depending on so many different variables that assumptions have to be made for the model to “work.”

        So no, pCars will never be 100% perfect, just like AC, rF2, rF, iRacing, GTR2, GSC, etc. etc. will never be 100% perfect.

      • Silvio

        Real honest and humble opinion, something that you are not obligate to agree, of course.

  • John Krisfalusci

    Listen, I’m so disappointed that Project Cars STILL didn’t fix their water droplets and weathering. And it’s just that little detail that makes purchasing or even caring at this point a plain Dealbreaker! I mean look at the side windows for crying out loud, it just stays there when it’s supposed to be streaking and moving backwards as you move along.

    Just compare those kind of details to DriveClub. And that’s for console mind you, it’s pretty amazing how Project Cars have been in development for years and DriveClub for less than that, and they can’t even fix something this menial and/or mentioned to death!? And don’t tell me it’s a low man operation, c’mon it’s 2014 and get this, Gran Turismo 5 had the whole raindrop effect down, and that was in 2010!! Ugh, alright I’m done venting, I need to calm down now.. =(

    • Big Ron

      Evolution Studios has the budget of Sony and much more staffs. So thy can work on details with much more man power than SMS. Also fine tuning and optimizing of things like rain drops will come later in beta stage.

    • tromoly

      While your concern is perfectly valid, at this point in the game development I personally would be more concerned that the vehicles themselves are getting more priority over rain and weather effects. Weather will get polished in due time, don’t put the cart before the horse, it’ll come out just fine in four months.

    • Chris Wright

      Maybe you need to get out more?

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/OldAgedGamer Steve Bird

        Lol, I was thinking that Chis but thought I shouldn’t :)

    • Birddogg66

      Drive Club has been in development or branded something like 10 years now. That would suggest work was being done on it back then.

    • The Dark

      non streaking raindrops is a dealbreaker? sorry i just cant take this seriously. if this gets you to the point of being so upset you need to calm down then maybe your life priorities need looking at. wow.

      • http://www.lockedandloaded.us Neil

        If every “must have” or “dealbreaker” I’ve seen people talk about had to be in a sim for release then we wouldn’t have much to drive. None of them would ever be released.

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/OldAgedGamer Steve Bird

      Hahaha. Love it. If you’re not going to purchase PCARS because of that and you’re angry because of rain drops not being simulated properly then I say your expectations are too high. Can I ask what your simulator of choice currently is?

      • RichardHessels

        at the start i thought for a second it was real footage…

      • David Hughes

        Don’t you know – you can’t mention the word physics on here until you have actually played it… those dodgy looking physics may actually be the greatest physics ever known.

        Stop using your eyes to make judgements on things!

      • EZehnder

        I think most people prefer that someone actually physically play the game before talking about how the physics are wrong and FFB looks bad…

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/OldAgedGamer Steve Bird

        Okay, the physics ‘look’ tosh and running over lamp posts and sign post at 150 mph is real isn’t it? It looks like a souped up need for speed ffs. But I can’t have an opinion on what it looks like and not aloud to voice it. I get your ‘drift’ :P

      • EZehnder

        What the hell are you talking about? What lamp posts are people running over in Project CARS?

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/OldAgedGamer Steve Bird

        I meant the Driveclub physics and video (20 secs), not PCARS. Sorry for the confusion.

      • The Dark

        if you judge a game without playing it first or juts from a video that is like going on the harry potter ride at disneyworld then judging how good or bad the movies are from it.
        you can mention what you want but you risk to leave yourself open to ridicule or backlash because of it.

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/OldAgedGamer Steve Bird

        So you have never made an assumption based on something you’ve seen but not experienced? Awesome :)

      • The Dark

        i have but i do it with the knowledge that i might be wrong.
        that you acknowledge it is an assumption from your side is good enough for me steve :)

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/OldAgedGamer Steve Bird

        I believe you are correct David. I thought you were being serious as i read your post the other day and thought you were being a hypocrite.

        David Hughes • 10 days ago

        Do I need to play Need for Speed Carbon to know that the physics look unrealistic realistic? The answer is no.

        I know what you feel like now :) Dare make a comment and you’re cut down.

    • HardRock

      “And don’t tell me it’s a low man operation”

      I think it’s perfectly reasonable that a team with about one tenth of the resources that Polyphony Digital has access to will have to make more compromises. Why don’t you?

    • Joe Martin

      If you look closely, you will see the same effect on the windows of PCARS happening on the cars of DriveClub. The same transparent texture patches appearing then fading away, without any streaking. The streaks are a canned effect seperate from the water drop texture, and are repeated over and over. All they would have to do is add the animated streaks to PCARS which is not a priority until the final touch up phases of development when all the shaders are in place and close to final. The individual raindrops are not actually “hitting the car and streaking”, its just 2 effects on top of each other: the same effect on PCARS with an added animated streaking texture, which will probably be in PCARS as well. I will give GT credit, they did a great job with the windscreen effects in GT5 (especially considering the hardware), but I also think a LOT of people would of been happier with more canned simple effects, and better anti-aliasing instead. The jaggies killed the visual appeal of the game for me with all the flickering and aliasing.

  • Velocity25

    get those darn gear woibbles right already, on some of the cars and remove the old style tranny sound with newer ones.

  • Christopher Trees

    Playstation website thinks drive club is going to stand an equal chance against pcars. I haven’t laughed so hard in days

    • Birddogg66

      Well the Question here is where are a good percentage of the communities interests? Simulation or Arcade on the PS4 platform as this may end up being a good gauge for this question. We just can’t assume that everyone who likes driving games is a serious Sim Racer and is like us. However I do hope pCARS kicks Drive Clubs butt not so much to wish for ill will on the developers of Drive Club or it’s fan base but to show how strong the numbers of actual sim racers are in the user base of Driving type games as to solidify market share. :)

      • EZehnder

        I think all sims should offer a simplified driving mode if for no other reason then they could sell it to casuals. As long as people aren’t allowed to mix modes online it’s fine. A casual player can turn on all the aids and a simplified driving mode and have fun. Turn it all off and turn on all the simulation bits (tires, suspension, what have you) and it’s as hardcore as you want.

        Assetto Corsa has best line, traction control and braking assist, yes? I know rFactor has had those sorts of assists that allow you to drive it like you stole it without getting into too much trouble.

        Might as well make that money.

      • Birddogg66

        Yes exactly but I think the bigger question is I think all Arcade games should offer a hardcore driving mode if for no other reason then they could sell it to HardCore Maniacs! I’ve always said it is good to have something for everyone however it’s easier to dumb down physics than boost them up and I think there maybe is where the differences lay.

      • EZehnder

        By an order of magnitude, yes. Anyone can create a Codemasters style driving game. Everything about the driving is simplified and faked. Everything just drifts nicely around corners, especially in games like Grid. Simulating all aspects of a car including deeply modeled tires is extremely difficult, time consuming and generally means nothing to the casual sort.

        There’s zero reason to go through the effort if you’re trying to make a “simcade” game.

      • Birddogg66

        My point is and I hope a majority would agree with me that the most of us are probably okay with something that suits our tastes and we tend to show more concern with things that don’t and how it can be made to better suit what it is we want to get out of it.
        I will make a few points to what you posted the first being throwing in the Simcade term but you can replace that with Arcade or Hardcore Sim just as easily the labeling is the point to focus on in this matter and how by doing this we limit ourselves our the developers limit what ones overall expectations of a product might be.
        You do bring up good points with what things a more serious sim racer may be looking for in a Racing Game and we both can agree a lot more goes into it than just tires but is a good place to start. All these elements we consider very important and the overall end result as to the level of complexity of the games base core engine are good goals to achieve. Even for those that might not have expected such a refined driving experience.
        You also bring up points about Codemasters physics being faked or simplified which maybe only a scratch of the surface on your part. You may just be focusing on the things that don’t work for you. I tend to find these games we consider less than an all out sim as having their own style of challenge that most likely appeals to a great many people and is the type of game play experience they seek. There is a demand and needs to have full considerations as seriously developed games seeking large percentages of market share.
        Do I see areas within a game engine like Codemasters or Milestone that could be brought up to a level that the more serious sim racer might seriously consider something thet can enjoy? Sure! Just as the most popular full out Sim Racing titles could have options that would work for those that has more of an emphasis on course driving than car control if you know what I mean by that statement.
        The 2 concepts are not that far apart but there is emphasis in one way or the other. My outlook has always been something for everyone approach as my examples were the titles what might be considered more on the sim side with the likes of GTL, GTR2 and then more on the simcade side with Toca Race Driver 3. Early in my days if I found Simulations to be too difficult I had assists to turn on so I could enjoy the games at my own level. How ever even though Toca had a more professional mode it still did not have the same refinements as the titles that were easy to dumb down. The goals should be to try to help the Milestones and Codemasters find the way to a more refined physics base without sacrificing what a lot of people like about them right now.

      • Christopher Trees

        No Geoff Crammonds GP4 has the best Line Traction and brake assist. If you ever played it with a keyboard you would know this. Turn TC and line assist off and playing on a keyboard was impossible.

      • EZehnder

        Assetto Corsa and rFactor (among others) have these assists as well. But thank you for proving my point.

      • Christopher Trees

        The difference is that Crammonds GP games were still sim based. Just had assists that made it easy to play for noobs essentially could boil it down to hold the accelerator down and steer and auto braking even helped to avoid collisions.
        As back then I didn’t have a steering wheel so I ran with only traction control and (steer assist) as it was always on with a keyboard. And unlike the current f1 games by Codie’s (game pad) playing with a keyboard wasn’t twitchy it looked and played smooth and watching a replay you would be mistaken for the player having a wheel.

      • EZehnder

        I get that. I get all that. We agree on everything.

  • Fernando

    Why some people hate PCARS so much? We need more racing sims in the market. Competition is good and gives us better sims. Let the sims race against and push each other. We are racing lovers, aren’t we?

    • Roy Rki

      fucl’em, haters gonna hate

      • F1Racer

        Read the rules.

        5b) Do not use excessive foul language (masking your profanity with asterisks or symbols is still the same as writing it in full if not
        worse as it is seen as a deliberate attempt to circumvent the keyword
        filter.

    • Roger Wallentin

      Agree, not only that but pCars have really stepped it up recently.

      I was a sceptic to the physics and handling but since the past few weeks I am properly enjoying the growing number of release candidate cars!

  • XXVIIRACING

    The issue I have with PCars is that it’s not out yet and I can’t wait

    • Birddogg66

      I like it when people have those kind of issues! :)

    • Nic Van

      Haha, I know what you’re going through ;-)

  • AE

    I’m so stoked for this game. I’m building a rig for my PS4, CSL, and Thrustmaster all around. T300, and T500 Pedals!

    • Roy Rki

      You forgot a PC…

      • HardRock

        A PS4 will do just fine.

      • Benjamin Overgaard Karslund

        It sure will if there isn’t any difference from PCars on PC and on PS4 – but I’m not convinced that it will be absolutely the same game, with all the same options and stuff!?

      • MontoyaVR

        In terms of features & content, the versions will be completely identical across all platforms.

      • Benjamin Overgaard Karslund

        Also the little beautiful details like you can change camera view in more than 25+ angles when racing?

        Or you can adjust everything like steering sensitivity, steering speed etc.?
        I really hope so! The game should be exatcly like on the PC imho – even if people play with a controller on PS4/Xbox One.
        If so – clearly “the best racing game out there”.

      • Traumahound

        HEH!

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