Project Cars is the most authentic, beautiful, intense, and technically-advanced racing game on the planet. Guided, tested, and approved by a passionate community of racing fans and real-life drivers, Project Cars PS4 represents the next-generation of racing simulation as the ultimate combination of fan desire and developer expertise. Create a driver, pick from a huge variety of motorsports, and shift into high gear to chase a number of Historic Goals and ultimate recognition in the Hall of Fame.
Then test your skills online either in competitive fully-loaded race weekends, leaderboard-based time challenges, or continually-updated community events. Featuring the largest track roster of any recent racing game with a ground-breaking dynamic time of day & weather system, world-class graphics and handling, deep tuning & pit stop functionality, and support for Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus, Project CARS leaves the competition behind in the dust.
With Project CARS, Slightly Mad Studios brings us the first great racing simulator for the next generation. Its huge offer of content and its passion for cars take it to the top of the podium.
Project CARS strips back racing to what it should be: just the car, the track and you.
Forget “The Real Driving Simulator”, Project CARS is racing simulation at its finest. [July 2015, p71]
Project CARS is a great example of a game that is designed to get players to be better at what they love to do, without having to integrate designs that can hurts the game’s potential for its hardcore audience.
Bugs aside, a tremendous and uncompromising simulation of a kind we may not have seen previously on consoles. [July 2015, p.89]
For the most realistic driving simulation available though, Project CARS is all you’ll need.
Slightly Mad Studios alters the racing-car formula smartly in several areas, but the good ideas are often half-baked or hidden behind a load of cruft.
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
April 12, 2017
Project Cars 2 adds rallycross. Read more