Following yesterday’s announcement that Bandai Namco Games would be distributing the virtual reality (VR) compatible Project CARS worldwide, developer Slightly Mad Studios has released no less than 15 brand new screenshots for the racing title. Each shot was taken directly from in-game and can be seen below. The title is set to arrive with full support for the Oculus Rift VR headset on PC and has plans for Project Morpheus support on PlayStation 4.
The images showcase Project CARS‘ graphical fidelity across a range of different cars, tracks and weather effects. Players can expect to control of a wide variety of vehicles in the full title, as Project CARS covers many different styles of racing, allowing fans to focus on just one area oe try and master each and every one of them. The weather effects are particularly impressive here, especially in the rain-drenched images that create reflective puddles on the road surface and spatters of rain drops on the cars themselves.
Project CARS is due to arrive on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U in November 2014. A more specific date is yet to be announced. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress, reporting back with any more updates on its development.