Project Cars hits shelves this Friday
Slightly Mad Studios’ crowd-funded Project Cars, which raised over $5 million in funding, finally hits shelves on Friday May 8.
Gamers are able to choose from four play areas: career, solo, online and community, allowing them to compete in various different motor sports and modes.
Claiming to be the most technically advanced racing game ever produced, players will have a range of cars to race in and will deal with differing weather patterns to immerse them in a full racing experience.
Some of the most famous racing circuits are included such as the Nürburgring, Le Mans, Circuit de Spa and Silverstone. Cars will range from everyday road vehicles, to go-karts and Le Mans prototype.
Project Cars will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U and PC. The PC edition has the added bonus of being compatible with the virtual reality systems Project Morpheus and Oculus Rift.