Now that Project CARS' official release date is known, most of the embargos related to tracks have been lifted, so we can show you what the final version of the famous Nordschleife looks like in the game. The video you'll find inside was captured about a week ago and its purpose was mainly to prove how realistic and immersive Slightly Mad Studios' new title. We used a quite original cockpit view so you'd be able to see the movements of the wheel and as surprising as it may sound, it was a perfectly playable perspective to play. This extract was recorded with our Fanatec wheel (Porsche 911 Turbo S) with all driving aids set to off, which was no picnic with such a playful ride. Update: We've added a gallery of our personal images of the game.
It's a meaty campaign too. And you'll probably like the MP anyway. It's a fun throw-away experience. (10 minutes ago)
@Tinks: The single player campaign is the best raw action FPS gameplay since Painkiller though, it's totally worth it. (27 minutes ago)
if the MP ain't good I ain't buyin it (47 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: the headset itself is selling for almost $600. It's unusually expensive considering there's proper distribution of sony products here in retail. (4 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: it seems cheaper to break things down and buy older stick. Like the sqare design camera can be had for less than the new one. And old move controllers less than the ore packaged VR ones. (5 Hours ago)
lol, PSVR (with camera) will sell for $650 here in Norway. talk about overpricing stuff. the console itself isn't expensive ($350) (5 Hours ago)
... in Doom 3 I was begging for the game to end after 300 something levels, Doom kept me interested the entire time. They tried to keep to their simple FPS gameplay, and they succeeded. (6 Hours ago)