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Lanciato il nuovo Project CARS 3 Developer Blog


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Slightly Mad Studios lancia il nuovo Developer Blog dedicato al suo prossimo Project CARS 3, che sarà disponibile dalla fine di Agosto. La prima puntata del blog è dedicata al design ed alla fisica del gioco. Commenti e discussioni sul forum dedicato.

DEVELOPER BLOG #1 – DESIGN AND PHYSICS

Project CARS has always been about racing with your heart in your mouth as you push your limits in legendary race cars on epic tracks around the world—that unparalleled connection between driver, car, and surface that comes from our passion and the know-how we’ve acquired through the years, all of it validated by pro’ drivers. Project CARS is the driver at speed—that moment when you’re right on the edge and you’re loving every moment of the experience. For Project CARS 3, we’ve really doubled-down our focus on the driver. Yes, we’ve added assists and graphic effects to bring in a new audience to sim racing, but these assists and settings are purely optional—turn them on, or turn them off, the choice is completely up to you and what you want from the game. Project CARS 3 remains, at its core, a Project CARS experience, and with the same philosophy that has always been central to the franchise—to give you the Ultimate Driver Journey.

-> https://www.projectcarsgame.com/three/news/developer-blog-1/?fbclid=IwAR3RHAqPZOi6y-nLAUNNunKNB2ItNrMOvxCaOJVC8ibF5TpCPuNOqKdqas4

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So what’s new and improved with the handling and feel in Project CARS3 ? Get inside the game with the Design, Physics and Handling Teams to find out more.

Read Developer Blog #2 - Handling: https://pcars.games/2VINqsS

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Handling upgrades in Project CARS 3 means making some tough choices—adding an aero’ upgrade will give grip, but the extra drag is going to cut your top-end speed.

Casey Ringley, Vehicle Technical Art and Handling, gives you an inside guide: https://pcars.games/2DKFaT8

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Leading the Push for Accessibility

This week we’re looking into accessibility in racing games for the disabled with Hichem Nagard, plus welcome our new Rival’s page, and we say farewell to Legends of the Track.

https://www.projectcarsgame.com/three/news/leading-the-push-for-accessibility/?fbclid=IwAR1O5QaVhKx71SNttwfQNmPzLfqCsHh51a9iaEA2ek2fgPD7tRtszSBKYpo

 

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Is the Ferrari F40—created to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary and the final car brought to production by Enzo himself—the greatest Ferrari ever built?
Find out why it should be your dream car in Project CARS 3 in this week’s blog: https://pcars.games/3ohh0lV
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There are four 1,500+hp cars in #ProjectCARS3. Two are ICE babies, two will electrify you with their pace.

This week we take a look at Lotus and Rimac, two electric hypercars that define the future of performance: https://pcars.games/2TvVDPi

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