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Project CARS 3 pre-order now available, bonuses detailed

Project CARS 3 pre-order is now available, with Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios also detailing the bonuses that those who pre-order will receive. Those...

Project CARS 3 Preview: A new career mode and XP for all

Project CARS 3 was recently announced by Slightly Mad Studios, Codemasters and Bandai Namco. Ahead of this, Stevivor was lucky enough to (virtually) sit...

Project CARS 3 release date set for late August

The Project CARS 3 release date has been set for 28 August across Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4. "The new racing game will feature...

Fast & Furious Crossroads announced; coming May 2020

Fast & Furious Crossroads is a game being developed by Project CARS' Slightly Mad Studios, it was today confirmed at The Game Awards. From the sound of...

Codemasters acquires Slightly Mad Studios

Project CARS developer Slightly Mad Studios has been acquired by Codemasters, the publisher has recently confirmed. Codemasters has taken to its website to announce the...

Project CARS 2 demo available on PC, consoles

A Project CARS 2 demo is now available on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4, developer Slightly Mad Studios has advised. The demo will make...

Project CARS 2 Review: Simulator defined

Make no mistake, Project CARS 2 is the most comprehensive and customisable racing simulator on the market right now. When I spoke with Rod Chong,...

Project CARS 2 Preview: Pedal (carefully) to the metal

Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios won’t let me capture gameplay from Project CARS 2 because I’m a terrible driver. I honestly don’t blame them. One...

Project CARS 2 gets new 4K trailer, confirmation of release date

Project CARS 2 has released a new 4K trailer and confirmation of its release date ahead of E3 2017. First, the swanky 4K sizzle reel: http://youtu.be/EcJR5d-DJzs As you...

Project CARS 2 adds rally cross to its available modes

Rally cross will be part of Project CARS 2, it was recently announced. Developer Slightly Mad Studios has signed rally cross racing stars Mitchell deJong...

Project CARS 2 gets an official announcement trailer

Despite an announcement last month, Slightly Mad Studios has today released an official launch trailer and announcement for Project CARS 2. You can check out the 4K...

Project CARS 2 heads to PC, consoles near the end of the year

Slightly Mad Studios CEO Ian Bell has taken to Project CARS forums to announce that Project CARS 2 will head to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4...

Project CARS: New DLC and the free Ford Falcon FG V8 supercar now available

A bunch of new content is available for Project CARS today, including an event for the January free car, the Ford Falcon FG V8...

Watch: New Zealand coming to Project Cars with first track expansion

The first track expansion for Project Cars has a nice local flavour, recreating New Zealand's Ruapuna Park Raceway. You can check it out in...

Project CARS officially cancelled on Wii U

Project CARS has been officially cancelled on Wii U, with developer Slightly Mad Studios saying the console simply isn't powerful enough. "Despite much perseverance on...

Project CARS 2 confirmed for PC, Xbox One, PS4

Slightly Mad Studios today confirmed Project CARS 2. The sequel to the recently released Project CARS will be funded in the same manner as the original,...

Project Cars opens On Demand service to provide DLC content, next car pack available...

Slightly Mad Studios has announced their all in one DLC store for Project Cars, called "Project Cars On Demand". It will combine game updates,...

Slightly Mad Studios: Project CARS runs at 23fps on Wii U, we’re waiting for...

Bad news for Nintendo fans as Slightly Mad Studios has all but shelved production of Project CARS on Wii U. Studio head Ian Bell took to the...

Review: Project CARS

Thick clouds cover the Sunday skies above Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit in Norfolk, England. The hum of 16 open-wheeled Formula Rookie vehicles start to...

Project CARS: Here’s all the cars in the game

Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios have released a listing of all the cars that will appear in next week's Project CARS. Guys, it's a big...