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Project Cars 3 Officially Announced With Reveal Trailer, Coming This Summer

Information on the sequel is scant, but it will, at the very least, hit PS4 in the summer.


Seemingly out of nowhere, developer Slightly Mad Studios has unveiled the first in-engine trailer for its upcoming Project Cars 3. The sequel will hit PS4, and possibly other platforms, this summer.

The trailer, below, shows off some of the elements racing fans can expect when Project Cars 3 drops. That includes customizing and upgrading your cars, "personalizing your racing hero," engaging in both organized and street races, and much more.

Information about Project Cars 3--such as an exact release date, retail price, PC system requirements, among others--have yet to be revealed. Additionally, there's no listing on any of the major platform distributors, and neither the studio nor the game's official Twitter account has commented on the Project Cars 3 reveal at the moment. As of right now, PlayStation 4 is the only confirmed system. However, 2017's Project Cars 2 did launch on PC and Xbox One, as well as PS4.

We scored that game a 7/10 in our Project Cars 2 review, saying, "When it all works as intended, Project Cars 2 is a brilliant simulation racer--provided you're playing with a wheel."

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