It’s been creating headlines before and since its release for a variety of reasons, including this week the possibility of the Wii U version being dropped. Whatever your stance though, Project CARS is already one of the most successful racing simulators of recent times. And with the majority of the gaming press’ reviews now in Slightly Mad Studios has released a trailer full of more in-game footage as well as a variety of positive quotes from around the industry.
Showcasing cars in all weathers and at various times, Project CARS continues to look impressive and the videogame does support virtual reality (VR) through the Oculus Rift DK2 head-mounted display (HMD) at present. Coming in the future to Sony’s Project Morpheus.
If you want to know how well it does on the Oculus Rift, you can find out in our Project CARS review.
VRFocus will continue to bring you updates on Project CARS and all other videogames supporting VR as we get them.