Slightly Mad Studios did a very good job on hyping the upcoming release of Project Cars 3, saying that it will be the new best thing in the car gaming universe, the implemented of which will be next-gen. Ian Bell, the CEO of Project Cars stated the progress is going well. The development was announced in mid-2019. Bell ambitiously said that the game will blow every other game out of the water, whether it’s already released or launching soon.
The statement is a very bold one when many car games have received a better reception and have a bigger fan base like Sony’s Gran Turismo but we shall wait and see before drawing any conclusions.
There will be major news that is scheduled to be released this month, giving us insights into the nuances and gameplay of the game or maybe even a trailer. A potential release window or a trailer would help the game to continue the hype and excitement it has created in the community since the drop of the hammer.
There is also a major development about the Project Cars Go for which we haven’t heard the news for over a year. There is a doubt though about the new games done by Slightly Mad Studios after they were bought by Codemasters which focuses on making a new grid-style for PC.
The changes that PC3 needs to work on is sorting out the AI difficulty, give Open World Street Racing and provide a better gaming experience overall as it needs to take on the mantle of being the ‘spiritual successor’ to Shift. On GTPlanet Bell said:
“I’ll let you know that pCARS3 will be more ‘focused’… More ‘fun’… We went to insane lengths with variation in pCARS2 and with that comes infinite balancing issues. We’ve learned a lesson here and although we have no intention of reducing content, we know what we need to fix, where we made design decisions that were, let’s call it, ‘sub-optimal’…
“pCARS3 will be more of a spiritual successor to Shift, but with all of the sim goodness, everyone appreciates… The key focus though is on fun and not biting off more than we can properly chew and digest.”