Koenigsegg Jesko and Porsche 935 featured in Project Cars 3 trailerAugust 6, 2020
The creators of the racing simulator Project Cars 3 have released another video that shows the possibilities of the future game. In addition to the huge number of cars, the Swedish hypercar Koenigsegg Jesko and the German Porsche 935 will be available in the game.
Racing simulators usually come in two flavors: simulators, which take into account the many nuances of driving a car, designed to recreate the driving experience as accurately as possible, and arcade-type simulators, in which the driving mechanics are not so accurate. To which of them the new Project Cars 3 will belong is still unclear. A couple of hours ago, a new trailer for this racing simulator was published.
As stated in the video description, the latest installment of the Project Cars franchise will allow you to buy, own, personalize, upgrade and customize cool sports cars.
Players will have access to the so-called career mode, in which anyone can “start their way as an ordinary street racer and reach the top in the world of motorsport.”
Apart from car modifications, it looks like Project Cars 3 will offer a variety of pre-made cars for users to choose from. It is known that players will be able to choose from the Swedish Koenigsegg Jesko and the recently updated Porsche 935 race car. In the latest part of the racing series, you can expect the same variety as in Project Cars 2. The published trailer has everything from races of formula cars in Laguna Seca to races Series 5, competing with each other in speed on the Nürburgring race track (Germany).
At first glance, it seems like the PC3 is leaning towards the arcade world. While we cannot comment on the exact driving mechanics from the trailer alone, the Forza-type update system is for casual players.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the revolutionary racing simulator Project CARS 3 will be presented in the summer. The developers of the new game Project CARS 3 declare that it will be a revolutionary game with incredible physics and excellent gameplay. The company’s press service has published a video that shows the game.
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