It’s been a busy few weeks for Slightly Mad Studios, the developer behind anticipated upcoming virtual reality (VR) compatible racing title, Project CARS. Earlier in October 2014 the team confirmed that the videogame had been delayed from its original November release date and back into March 2015. Just yesterday it was announced that the title will make another public showing at this weekend’s MCM London Comic Con. Now the developer seems to be teasing something new.
The official Project CARS Twitter account recently posted a message that simply read “Soon…” along with a picture that can be seen below. The picture features the title’s logo in green along with the message ‘The Green Hell Awaits’. The Green Hell was a nickname that British Formula One racing driver Jackie Stewart once gave to the iconic Nürburgring tracking in Nürburg, Germany. It’s already confirmed that the track will feature in Project CARS, so what could this message be teasing?
Project CARS is a simulation racing experience that will feature support for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) on PC and, later down the line, support for the Project Morphues HMD on PlayStation 4. The title is also set to arrive on Xbox One on 17th March in the US and 20th March in Europe, with a Wii U version also planned. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress, reporting back with any further updates.