Project Cars 3 Review, Cars, Gameplay, Modes & More:

‘Project Cars’ series has attracted a large numbers of motor-sport fans due to its remarkably convincing physics. However, it was observed by the creators that the series was missing some important features required in modern racing and determined to remedy the defects and shortcomings in the newly launched project.

Project Cars 3 Review
Project Cars 3 Review
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One of such defects was the ‘career mode’ which has been completely refurbished to provide superior sense of progression to the player.

Formerly the developers had been able to customize vehicle's performance, but now you have the option to drastically alter it with new parts -- engine, exhaust, suspension, and so on. These revamping and reconditioning have added new features to the driving model, which means that with installation of new parts, you are now able to take your chosen vehicle from the lowermost level to top racing events.

Project Cars 3 Gameplay
(Image Credit: Bandai Namco Entertainment)


The developers simply desired that players may feel gradual progress. Earn rewards, experience-points and also in-game currency. No need to top the event, in some instances, your partaking is considered enough to earn rewards. However, the general rule always apply that the higher you place in a competition, the better your rewards will be.

Multiplayer always remained main focus of the ‘Project Cars’, and presently there are three different ways to perform in the new game. Quick-Play will toss you into a competition; the Scheduled-Event mode will feature competitions designed by the developer; while Custom-Lobby will let you squeeze rules, weather, vehicles and tracks to enable you creating any kind of race you like.

Project Cars 3 - Vehicles
Project Cars 3 - Vehicles
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‘Slightly Mad’ has also promised better grip and firmness when playing online due to incorporation of relay-servers. Any visual changes in your car will be visible to other players during online game, also the option to borrow cars for an event.

Ease of access is something else the developers desired to enhance in ‘PC3’ by curtailing obstacles to provide players maximum sense of enjoyment.

‘Rival’ is a new multi-player mode having its own distinctive level and incentive arrangements. ‘Slightly Mad’ will cope with a number of events, along new daily, weekly, and monthly challenges. The players doing well will climb the stairs defeating other contestants and winning XP. The player can make a decision of coming down to climb up again. This feature is however, reserved for the professional and experienced players as much competition is required to win the game.

Project Cars 3 Gameplay
Project Cars 3 Gameplay
(Image Credit: Bandai Namco Entertainment)


But this is not the end, there is more to the modernization and up gradation. Two extra tracks have been incorporated including the roads of Shanghai and renowned racing venue in Sao Paulo. The game-pad controls are redesigned to make driving satisfying. The single-player AI is being redesigned – all these features are sure to make ‘Project Cars 3’ very special.

The trailer depicts inspiring collection of cars on the track with lighting effects; however, many features are not yet disclosed. In multi-player mode, the developers have provided skill oriented matchmaking, rivals time challenges, and option of borrowing car for a specific race if your inventory don’t have one. All these refurbishments reflect that ‘Project Cars 3’ will definitely suit your taste.

Project Cars 3 Review
Project Cars 3 Review
(Image Credit: Bandai Namco Entertainment)


The video is unbelievably convincing which reveals the expertise, hard work and dedication of ‘Slightly Mad Studios' as brilliantly revealed in this all-inclusive racing experience -- this game lets you do anything.

It can be said with confidence that ‘Project Cars’ series has fascinated a large numbers of motor-sport fans due to its remarkably convincing car physics. However, it was observed that the series missed some important features required in modern racing and determined to remedying the imperfections and inadequacies in the newly developed ‘Project Cars 3’.


Project Cars 3 Graphics:

Project Cars 3 graphical enhancements bring more gamers around the world towards sim car racing, as the video game specs are much higher. Look at the authentic handling cars, real looking motor sports tracks, & above all the movement-by-movement simulation. In other words, the graphics are ultra-realistic & the surroundings around the racetrack is in quite visually detailed & rounds off its astonishing look.


Project Cars 3 Sound:

In Project Cars 3 video game, the engine sound is fantastic & feel very real on the ears compared to Project Cars 2 & Project Cars. More accuracy is brought in terms of the soundtrack as a whole compared to previous game installments.    


Project Cars 3 Camera:

Project Cars 3 features more camera options & more choices for the gamer. There can be at times camera shaking in braking zone areas, so do not set the camera too high. Too much of anything with camera & it can make a gamer unsettled.


Project Cars 3 Key Features:

  • Developer: Slightly Mad Studios
  • Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
  • Series: Project CARS
  • Platforms: PC Windows, PS4 & Xbox One
  • Release Date: 28 August 2020
  • Genre: Racing
  • Modes: Single-player, & multiplayer


Project Cars 3 Reveal Trailer:

Watch Project Cars 3 reveal trailer.

Project Cars 3 Trailer

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