Project Cars 3 will launch in Summer 2020. The game will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The latest addition to the franchise will have a bunch of new features.
Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios have announced that the next instalment in the Project Cars racing franchise - Project Cars 3 - will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam in Summer 2020.
Project Cars 3 will arrive with more than 200 elite-brand road and race-cars, and over 140 global circuits complete with 24-hour cycles and all-4-season, all-weather racing.
Bandai Namco's announcement also promises a host of exciting new features to up both the fun factor and accessibility.
The new game will boast a Career Mode - a first for the franchise. The new mode will see players curate a personal stable of exclusive machinery. The Career Mode will also have the players race for upgrades that will have effects on their ride's handling and power.
Another new feature coming with Project Cars 3 is customization. A wide range of customisation options will be available for cars, including wheels, tyres, rims, as well as personalisation options that will let players create their racing hero persona.
The folks at Slightly Mad Studios have redeveloped the controller experience, added fully scalable assists and chucked in the First Time User Experience that will allow everyone to experience the new game in a somewhat different light.
According to the announcement , Project Cars 3 will have a new emphasis on the visceral sense of speed coupled with intense crash effects, authentic car-contact and enhanced AI.
Ian Bell, founder and CEO, Slightly Mad Studios: "While realism and authenticity continue to be at the core of the franchise, we’ve added a host of new options to ensure that Project Cars 3 is also the most accessible game in the franchise’s history."