Ultra realistic racing game Project CARS has a new trailer

Though it’s had some roadblocks along the way, not least its release being delayed from the autumn until this coming March, Project CARS is now moving into view.

The racing simulator is celebrating this fact with a shiny new trailer to tug at the heartstrings of petrolheads everywhere.

The game has been in development since 2011, and has seen more than 80,000 players get involved in the development process – as well as receiving input from pro-drivers along the way.

In short, developer Slighty Mad Studios is promising the most in-depth and authentic racing game experience ever, with dynamic weather and a freeform career two key pillars of the game.

It’s been delayed, and has some tough competition from the very pleasing-on-the-eye DriveClub and Forza Horizon 2 but it’s looking as though driving fans will be spoilt for choice when it launches in March.

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