A few sites seems to have gotten an early peek at the Season Pass content for the upcoming Project Cars. No details of pricing are listed but the pass seems to include the following content:
- Car Pack “racing icons”
- Extension “Audi Ruapuna Speedway”
- Car Pack “new for old”
- Extension “Red Bull Ignition”
- Car Pack “Aston Martin”
- Extension “Lotus Classic”
- Car Pack “Renault Sport”
- Extension “Toyota & Mitsubishi Macau”
- Extension “Ford Oval Racing” Continue reading Project Cars Season Pass content leaked?
“Try to catch that car in front or just bring it back in one piece.” These are the deflating words of my pit manager when skidding around in last place on the final lap in Project Cars.
Project Cars is tough. With no driving aids turned on for my first play session with the new racing IP, I can’t help but feel the pressure mount as every time I look up in the Bandai Namco offices, I see a Dark Souls II poster – judging, mocking and not helping my blood temperature one bit.
Things improve though and despite the harsh challenge, which comes mainly from the handling rather than the AI (but more on those guys later), I found myself keen to iron out my racing sim wrinkles and lose those pesky kart racer habits. To be fair, it’s not like PS4 is exactly packed with skill-honing racing sims right now.
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