Project Cars 3 Opens With Mix Reviews by Critics
Project Cars 3 is launching this coming Friday which is the 28th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The critics were able to play the game first, and here’s what they think about the game.
Project Cars 3 Reviews
Hundreds of cars and tracks to enjoy
Where’s qualifying gone? Tyre heat? Practice?
Slightly Mad’s expansive world of motorsport arguably works better as a hard-edged arcade racer than it ever did as a sim.
Project Cars 3 is a people-pleaser of a racing sim. This shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise given Slightly Mad Studios founder Ian Bell referred to the game as a ‘spiritual successor’ to Need for Speed: Shift, but it’s still a shock when the career mode immediately lets you select a sporty road car to start off with rather than presenting you with a po-faced selection of realistic racing leagues.