Project CARS goes gold, reveals full track list

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Project CARS sounds like the driving game for fans of the genre. With options for the ultimate petrol head to tweak every detail, as well as pre-setup options for who just want to feel the virtual wind through their virtual hair, it has everything players could want. After some heartbreaking delays, the end of the race is finally in sight – Project CARS has gone gold.

In a statement, Ian Bell (Head of Studio at Slight Mad Studios) said:

After months of intense work on what will certainly be the ultimate racing experience, we’re extremely happy to confirm that Project CARS has now gone gold and will be releasing starting May 7th. We know the wait of the game has been long but we’re confident the quality and realism level we have achieved will provide our fans with the game they have all been expecting and we look forward to seeing you on the track.

That’s not far now. The 7th of May is only a few weeks away. So, what can you expect to do when the game lands? Well, the full track list has been revealed and it’s… impressive. If I didn’t know better, I’d think they were compensating for something. With 30 unique locations and 110 different courses, the tracks are diverse and sound stellar.

Will you be picking up Project CARS on 7 May or waiting until reviews land to know if it’s worth your vroom vroom loving? Are you grabbing it on PC so you can behold it with even more pixels in your eyeballs, or is it all about gameplay on Xbox One/PS4?

Last Updated: April 20, 2015

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