WMD member JonZ has created a stunning new Project CARS video trailer.
Meanwhile, there’s loads of development activity in the World of Mass Development forums as Project CARS moves closer to it’s late 2014 release.
In terms of content, a brand new car has been added as an early version of the Mercedes Benz C Class DTM Coupe is now available in the development builds, other cars to join Project CARS soon include the 1972 Ford Escort RS1600, the Ginetta G40 Junior as well as the Ruf CTR3.
A bit further down the road are additions such as the Mercedes Benz A-Class AMG and the BMW 320TC WTCC whose development have recently kicked off.
On the track side, the laser-scanned version of Oulton Park is shaping up while the Circuit de la Sarthe, home of the famous Le Mans 24 Hours, is being focused on as well, alongside several other tracks that are currently progressing well.
Aside from on-going content & physics work, other substantial areas of development focus include the title’s User Interface that is currently being completely revamped as well as well as first successful tests of the 64-bit version of Project CARS!
Slightly Mad Studios are not just working on Project CARS though, the studio has also announced an upcoming MMO racing title – World of Speed.
Created in co-operation with My.com, the title will be free to play, a beta of World of Speed is due to launch later this year. If you want to have your arcade fancy tickled, make sure to check out World of Speed here.
Project CARS will be available for the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam OS, and Wii U starting Fall 2014. More info can be found on the WMD website.