Project Cars 3 will be a game changer and will offer a massively changed and involved career mode, according to the series’ creator and executive director Ian Bell.
Following the announcement of PC3, series creator Ian Bell took to Twitter to talk about the next instalment in the series. While Project Cars 2 already greatly improved handling compared to the original game, Project Cars 3 will offer even better and realistic handling force feedback. In addition, the title will feature upgraded and solidified base physics.
“Project CRS 3 is a game changer”, Bell said on Twitter. “All of the sim you could want with all of the fun you could want. Handling is massively improved, input on pads is transformed and FFB is amazing. The career mode is massively involved. I hope you all enjoy. We’re proud here.”
Sad to say the it looks from the trailer it's very much more arcade sim than a true sim. If so I'm dissapointed
— David Williams (@TheYorkypud1976) June 3, 2020
Handling is massively improved or massively downgraded? Cause from what I’ve seen from the gameplay the cars don’t like they are actually handling the way they are supposed to.
— VSR_Rotary (@Ethan_Graham28) June 3, 2020
Has the sim side be toned down a bit for this game? And will have more content than pc2?
— Matthew Levine (@MatthewJSLevine) June 3, 2020
Project Cars is slated for a release this summer on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.