Slightly Mad Studios told about Project CARS on PC, PS4 and Xbox One

Slightly Mad Studios told about Project CARS on PC, PS4 and Xbox One by  2439 views

Recently, Slightly Mad Studios company has answered the most frequently asked questions about its upcoming racing simulator - Project CARS. Besides the information, which appeared online many times before, the developers have revealed several new details of the future project.

Thus, the game’s creators have confirmed that the version of Project CARS on PC will support 12K resolution. The frame rate will depend on a system, which is installed on the computer. At the same time, on the current-gen consoles - PS4 and Xbox One, - this racing simulator will run at 1080p and 900p respectively. The frame rate will be 60fps on both console versions.

Also, the developers have reminded the parameters that your computers have to meet in order the version of Project CARS on PC works normally. Besides the main system characteristics, which were revealed last July, more detailed ones have been published on the project’s Steam page.

So, here are the first full Project CARS system requirements - the minimum ones:

  • OS: Windows Vista/7 with the latest Service Packs;
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 with 2.66GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 940 with 3.0GHz;
  • RAM: 4GB;
  • Video card: NVidia GTX 260 or ATI Radeon HD 5770 with 1GB VRAM;
  • DirectX: version 9.0;
  • Hard Drive: 25GB of available space;
  • Sound card must be compatible with DirectX;
  • Broadband Internet connection.

The next Project CARS system requirements - the recommended ones - look like this:

  • OS: Windows 7 with the latest Service Packs;
  • Processor: Intel Core i7 3700 with 3.5GHz or AMD FX-8350 with 4.0GHz;
  • RAM: 8GB;
  • Video card: GeForce GT600 series or AMD Radeon HD7000 series with 2GB VRAM;
  • DirectX: version 11;
  • Hard Drive: 25GB of free space;
  • Sound card: compatible with DirectX;
  • Broadband Internet connection.

And there’s another interesting moment, which is related to the amount of opponents in the game. Thus, the players will be able to compete with up to 45 other gamers at the same time (depending on a track’s size) in offline mode on all platforms. The version of Project CARS on PC with a 64-bit system will support 32 opponents, while there will be only 16 competitors on PS4, Xbox One and PC with a 32-bit Windows.

Let us remind you that the Project CARS game is expected to be released in May 2015. The specific launch date hasn’t been announced yet. However, according to the latest information, the future racing simulator has already gone gold.

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