Remember Project CARS looks like this...

#11BilliePilgrimPosted 8/17/2014 5:01:40 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1aemopFdd8s
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#12NettoSaitoPosted 8/17/2014 7:58:36 AM
XBO isn't the console for racing for me... I'm not spending 300 + again on a fancy wheel with force feedback. Meanwhile the wheel I have now works for almost all racing games on PC, PS2, PS3, and PS4; with future GRID, DiRT, GT, NFS, and other long running racing series being released on them. Plus there's Driveclub, Project Cars, and The Crew coming soon.
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#13NeonYoshi11Posted 8/17/2014 8:06:30 AM
50inchDLP posted...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbHDOPhFHlA

With Forza Horizon 2 and this to look forward to I believe the Xbox One is "The" console for racing game fans this holiday.


Project Cars + Forza 5 + Forza Horizon, I'd say your mostly accurate.

We get the crew as well right?

Drive club is the only thing missing, but Forza makes up for it.
#14kennyynnooPosted 8/17/2014 8:10:19 AM
NettoSaito posted...
XBO isn't the console for racing for me... I'm not spending 300 + again on a fancy wheel with force feedback. Meanwhile the wheel I have now works for almost all racing games on PC, PS2, PS3, and PS4; with future GRID, DiRT, GT, NFS, and other long running racing series being released on them. Plus there's Driveclub, Project Cars, and The Crew coming soon.


As a racing fan last gen I had way more fun with Forza, Forza Horizon then any other game. I was a GT fan until gt5 was half assed. Driveclub isn't offering much besides just looks. I would be upset with a ps4 right now, I'm getting one in a year or 2 but right now it would just sit unused.
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#15pez2k_Posted 8/17/2014 9:24:14 AM
InjusticeReborn posted...
Was a little disappointed in there being no damage (from what I could tell) from the collision early in the race, as I'm sure I've seen a trailer with damage featured in it before.

Did they remove damage? Or is there an option to disable it?


The 'no damage' assist is enabled for the public demos, along with ABS and so on. It does look somewhat odd to see the cars hitting each other without any damage, but for a demo where any inexperienced player can be racing the priority is on trying to help them complete the two-lap race.


McNabFish posted...
The problem is when you are buying the rights to the cars, the manufacturers don't want their precious cars to be smashed to bits. So they don't often consent to more than cosmetic damage.


Not quite, manufacturers tend to ban deformation of the passenger cell, occupant injury, and fire, but you can still do serious mechanical damage. In Project CARS you can feasibly end up with all of the gears shredded, the engine stalled and no wheels. Before the engine cooling values were sorted out, it was briefly common to have your engine fail halfway through a race due to overheating if you pushed it hard. They're not quite as fragile now, but abusing the car will break it over time.
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