Project CARS has been pushed back again to an unknown date in ‘mid May’. We hope Slightly Mad Studios mean May 2015, but at this point it’s anyone’s guess. But with the prolonged pre-release period comes more time for trailers. Lots of trailers. And this particular trailer reminds us of many of the locations available to race in Project CARS.
There’s the classics that we get to drive in every game, the likes of Spa, Silverstone and Laguna Seca, a few less-famous tracks which deserve the spotlight the game is shining on them such as the Dubai Autodrome and Oschersleben, British circuits the likes of which we’ve rarely seen since the TocA Touring Car days, like Snetterton and Oulton Park, and a scattering of fantasy and real-world inspired circuits unique to Project CARS, like the California Highway and the Glencairn karting venue.
When released, Project CARS will be available on PlayStation 4, XboxOne and Windows PC. Steam OS (Linux) and WiiU versions are due to appear later in the year.