Since June 2012, Gamersyde has provided direct feed videos of the PC version of Project CARS, but quite logically, the console versions could not be given the same treatment. The only console footage we've been able to show you until now was always captured off-screen at E3 or Gamescom. Thanks to the generosity of Alan Boiston from Team VVV, things are about to change. Indeed, as he managed to get a preview build of the PS4 version with Slightly Mad Studios, he prepared a bunch of videos from a much more recent build than the one Eurogamer showed in an article that caused quite a turmoil on the Internet and in the PCARS community. Now you can truly see what to expect from this game when it's released two weeks from now in Europe. We'll have some more videos coming as soon as we get our own copy, but until then we'd like to thank Team VVV for accepting to share some of their work with us. If you're into racing games, we can only recommend that you take the time to visit their Youtube channel, which is clealry one of the best places on the web for all motor sport enthusiasts. Note : Since the videos were captured from replays on a non final build, a few bugs may still be seen in the videos.
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