Today Slightly Mad Studios have announced that the latest entry in its popular sim franchise, Project Cars 3 will release on August 28th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC with support for PC VR headsets at launch.
According to reports, the upcoming title will have a slightly more arcade feel to everything, meaning they may be partially toning down the focus on hyper-realism. For VR users, it’s unclear how this could impact the experience.
From what we’ve seen, the theme for Project Cars 3 seems to be focused on accessibility. There will be new tracks and new cars as most can expect, but there is also now a revamped career mode focused on progression giving the game more of a traditional “campaign” structure.
According to the official website that the game has “12K and best-in-class VR support (on PC).” There isn’t a full list of what VR headsets will be fully supported.
Project Cars 3 releases on August 28th will full PC VR support at launch.