As we wanted to show you how Project CARS ran when in the middle of a race, we tried to capture some footage with 8 opponents on two different tracks. We also tried to activate MSAA and you can see it clearly affects performance in both videos. Considering the maximum number of AI drivers you can add (more than 20 if we're not mistaken) and how potentially demanding weather effects can be, we truly doubt many PC players will be able to play the game fully maxed out at release, even with powerful rigs. Now hopefully the months that are still left before the final release will allow Slightly Mad Studios to optimize their title more, and also to fix the handling of some of the cars, which can be pretty frustrating at the moment. On the bright side though, we felt that AI was much smarter in the game than in other racing titles, which is definitely good news for those wanting to stick to a single player experience.
@droezelke: i think its time for you to find a new hobby (12 minutes ago)
I hear ya. Game in general just don't seem to do it for me as I get older. A shame too considering I have decent bandwidth that only took 20 years to get. Which may leave soon; if you know what. (25 minutes ago)
The end of last year wasn't good. This year didn't even start yet,but there isn't 1 announced game that really intrigues me. (25 minutes ago)
RDR1 didn't do it for me, Days Gone still has to prove itself, Same with Spiderman. DBH could be good. Death stranding: who knows (28 minutes ago)
@droezelke: Really? Red Dead Redemption 2, God of War, Days Gone, Spiderman, Detroit Become Human, Dragonball Fighter Z, and Death Stranding don't excite you? (43 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: hang in there and be strong pal. (45 minutes ago)
It's looking to be a pretty boring game year. (50 minutes ago)