Bandai Namco Games Ltd. has today revealed the official launch trailer for the forthcoming Project CARS. Set to launch this week on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, Project CARS will offer native virtual reality (VR) support as standard from day one.
After a series of significant delays Project CARS is nearly with us, and to celebrate the launch trailer (featured below) includes some of the content highlights featured in the videogame. Boasting the largest track roster of any recent racing videogame and more than 80 cars available from launch, Project CARS includes all the dynamism of real-world racing such as dynamic time of day and weather systems, pit stops, and pit strategy creation.
Project CARS will be compatible with the second iteration of the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD), aka DK2, as standard and will also support the PlayStation 4’s Project Morpheus following the device’s launch next year. VRFocus is currently undergoing an extensive review process for Project CARS and will bring you the final verdict later this week.