Project Cars is the ultimate driver journey! Guided, tested, and approved by a passionate community of racing fans and real-life drivers, Project Cars PC represents the next-generation of racing simulation as the ultimate combination of fan desire and developer expertise. Discover an unrivaled immersion fuelled by world-class graphics and handling that allows you to truly feel the road. Create a driver, pick from a huge variety of motorsports in a dynamic career mode and write your own tale in an intense online multiplayer.
Featuring the largest track roster of any recent racing game with a ground-breaking dynamic time of day & weather system, deep tuning & pit stop functionality, and support for Oculus Rift and 12K ultra HD resolution, Project CARS leaves the competition behind in the dust.
Fantastically versatile Project CARS entertains both champions and festive drivers. It excites them with helpfulness, technology and dynamism, so only details could be reproached. [Issue#253]
The result of many years of work meets expectations and ranks among the best representatives of the genre.
Project CARS is going to give some of the bigger racing games a run for their money. There is depth, detail and fun to be had with this game. It certainly was worth the wait.
A great racing simulator with a huge amount of cars, tracks, and options to customize. While newcomers might not appreciate the heavy-handed driving aids or get overwhelmed by the staggering number of things to experience, it's worth the commitment.
To enjoy that game, you have to forgive incomplete or poorly implemented features, and make your peace with the evil AI. They’re small problems, in the scheme of things, and they don’t spoil a great drive. But they’re just enough to deny Project CARS what could have been a clean pole position.
Simply put, this is one of the better racing games out there.
Only those who are really into realistic driving simulators may flock towards Project Cars, although they might get bored easily considering there really aren’t any unique game modes either. It carries a sense of realism in spades, but there isn't much under the hood.
January 3, 2019
CEO of Project CARS developer Slightly Mad Studios teases new console on Twitter. Read more
November 30, 2017
Project Cars 2 announces its first DLC: The Fun Pack, that will be coming out this winter. Read more
July 6, 2017
Project Cars 2 will have 180 cars available, more than double that in the first game of the series. Read more
June 8, 2017
Project Cars 2 publishes its E3 trailer and confirms its release for the 22nd of September. Watch video