Slightly Mad Studios have unveiled the last remaining piece of the Project Cars 3 puzzle - the exact launch date - and it hits the shelves on August 28, 2020.
The studio announced the franchise's next instalment via Twitter, and it's coming to PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. They've also been diligently sharing some general info on Project Cars 3 on their profile.
"Race the way you want, when you want, how you want. Night-time dicing through the city-streets? Daytime racing at Monza historic? IndyCars on a fine spring day at Indianapolis? Just bring your skill—the rest is waiting for you in Project Cars 3", Slightly Mad wrote.
Project Cars 3 features a rebuilt career mode that has players trying out each of the 10 upgradeable classes, and the dev promises that players are rewarded for a wide variety of play styles. Moreover, you won't be punished for being really good at specific things, and your rewards will simply scale accordingly.
200 road and race cars along with 140 global circuits complete promise a whole lotta fun in Project Cars 3, with the additional variations provided by 24-hour cycles, 4 seasons and accurate weather conditions.
Some players expressed concern that during their balancing of Project Cars 3, Slightly Mad Studios leaned more towards amateur players instead of seasoned veterans, but the studio insists that there is plenty of content for both sides of the skill-spectrum.
In reaction to these concerns, Slightly Mad posted the trailer you see below, which should be right up your alley if you consider yourself to be a veteran player. Project Cars 3's sim settings remove the hud and lock you in, and it doesn't get more veteran-friendly than that.