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PS3 and X360 Versions of Project Cars Cancelled - Coming to Wii U, PS4, Xbox One, and Steam OS in Fall 2014

Project Cars

Slightly Mad Studios has made the big announcement that Project Cars cancelled the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of Project Cars. And will opt for Wii U, Xbox One, PS4, Steam OS, and PC versions only. The firm has stated that they have set the new standard for simulation racing with Project Cars. 

Slightly Mad Studios Discusses the Wii U Version of Project Cars

Project Cars

Slightly Mad Studios will be releasing their latest realistic racing sim Project Cars next year. The team has disucssed some of the unique features of the game, and the Wii U version. 

New Project Cars Screens are Beautiful

Project Cars

Check out the latest in game screens of Project Cars. These are 100% in game and have “not been made inany special photo mode with no post-procession or filters that aren’t available during actual gameplay.” 

New Project Cars Footage Shows off some Raw Gameplay

Project Cars
Check out this new gameplay for Project Cars. It shows off the updated build of the game that is set to relesae in early 2014.

New Project Cars Trailer Shows off some Serious Technical Proficiency in Graphics

Project Cars

Check out this new Project Cars trailer showing off some highly detailed cars, locals, tracks, and physics. You can buy into the PC Alpha right now if you want to get a taste of the game.

Project Cars Trailers Shows off the Amazing Graphics of the game

Slightly Mad Studios has released a new trailer for Project Cars, and I have to say, the game looks amazing. Check out the newest trailer yourself past the link.

Project Cars Trailer Shows off the PC Version

Project Cars will be hitting the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii U, and PC next year. The guys over at Slightly Mad Studios seem to be building a racing game that outshines Grand Turismo and Forza. Check out the latest trailer showing off the PC version.

Project Cars Video Shows some High Speed Gameplay and nice Graphics

Project Cars will be hitting the PC, Wii U, 360, and PS4 next year. Check out this new video of the game showing off the gameplay and snazzy graphics.

Project Cars Developer Thinks the Wii U is Innovative


Slightly Mad Studio Creative Director Andy Tudor thinks the Wii U Gamepad is brimming with Innovation. Hear what he had to say below.