Project CARS 3 Launch Date Officially Revealed

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Project CARS 3 has officially been confirmed earlier this month, and an official trailer provides us with an early glimpse at what to expect when the game launches for everyone.
And of course, the launch date was the tidbit that most gamers were looking for, only that the developing team has been struggling to keep such information away from our eyes and ears.

And now it looks like we finally got a confirmation of the release date, with the Project CARS official Twitter account revealing that the new title of the franchise is projected to go live on August 28.

The game, which will launch on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, is expected to come with more cars, upgrades, and customization options. There are also new tracks in this new title.

The official website of Project CARS 3 promises over 200 race and road cars, more than 140 global tracks, and new game modes. The Twitter account also shares a few more details on what’s coming to Project CARS 3 players:

What you asked for is here. Skill-based matchmaking and new modes incl. Quick Race and Scheduled Races. SMS set up daily fun races—just register, qualify, get matched against ideal opponents and get racing,” the team working on the game said. “The world’s most elite-brands return to #ProjectCARS3 along with an exciting new mix of classic, new, and never-before seen road and race machinery. Race them all on fully-licensed and inch-perfect tracks with over a dozen new to the franchise.”

In addition, it looks like Project CARS 3 is getting a livery editor, which is something that gamers absolutely love in other racing games like Gran Turismo. With the livery editor, you should be able to create your own custom wrap for a specific car, and there’s a chance you’ll also be allowed to share it with other players either in the game directly or on the web.

No specifics have been offered on the PC requirements until now.

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Bogdan keeps an eye on how technology is taking over the car world. His long-term goals are buying an 18-wheeler because he needs more space for his kid’s toys, and convincing Google and Apple that Android Auto and CarPlay deserve at least as much attention as their phones.
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