Project CARS News

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Project Cars' new DLC might be its best yet

Classic Team Lotus cars introduced alongside a brace of classic tracks.

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PlayStation Store Summer Sale starts today

But what about the British summer?

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Project Cars gets biggest update yet

Laughing Audi way to the bank.

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Project Cars 2 announced, launches crowdfunding campaign

Adds over 200 courses, co-op, "loose surface" racing and more.

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Project Cars Wii U stalled, may be delayed until NX

UPDATE: Wii U "was always 'maybe'."

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Is this the new Logitech wheel for PlayStation 4?

UPDATE: G29 briefly pops up on Amazon before being pulled.

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Project Cars gets a new, final release date

Slightly Mad's racing extravaganza coming May 8th.

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Project Cars on PS4 and Xbox One has PC-like graphics settings

Bloom! Crepuscular rays! Field of view! More!

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Project Cars technical details confirmed

PC requirements, frame-rate, resolution and all that jazz.

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Project Cars to get free DLC cars every month

Car number one is the Lykan Hypersport.

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Project Cars delayed again

Free content promised as compensation.

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Project Cars release moved back to April

Slightly Mad's multi-format racer delayed again.

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EGXProject Cars shooting for 1080p 60fps on both Xbox One and PS4

While the Wii U version might not quite hit those specs.

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Wii U version of Project Cars out in 2015

PC, PS4 and Xbox One out November 2014.

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Project Cars commits to Nov 2014 release with stunning new trailer

Looks like a busy year for racing game fans.

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Project Cars still on course for 2014 release

On Xbox One, PS4, Wii U, PC and SteamOS.

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Microsoft reveals loads of indies developing for Xbox One

UPDATE: Microsoft ditches exclusivity requirement.

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Projects Cars boosts onto PS4, Xbox One, and SteamOS

Leaves the current-gen consoles in its rear view mirror.

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Slightly Mad to stop accepting funds for Project CARS

Backers entitled to refunds, says City watchdog.

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Project Cars Wii U version confirmed

NFS: Shift developer racing to Nintendo's new platform.