Project Cars 3 Release Date: Confirmed, When is it out, what consoles is it on, PC, Xbox, PS4, Next-gen, & more
Bandai Namco & Slightly Mad Studios have announced a new racer – but when will it launch?
The announcement of Project Cars 3 has got the sim racing community buzzing.
With beautiful graphics and the promise of new tracks and cars to race in the game, fans are keen to get their hands on it. But when?
Project Cars 3 release date
Bandai Namco & Slightly Mad Studios dropped the news about Project Cars 3 from the heavens and have stirred up race fans everywhere.
The initial release window of “Summer 2020” has been replaced by a firm date.
Project Cars 3 will launch on 28 August!
With F1 2020 coming in July it’s going to be a busy summer for racing fans.
We do have a trailer to get a feel for the new game, albeit a hyper-cinematic one.
Of course, that is just a trailer, we don’t really know what the game will play like until we get our hands on it.
Slightly Mad Studios is now part of Codemasters, so Project Cars 3 could err more on the side of flashiness and accessibility than pure sim racer.
Given its Summer 2020 release window it’s no surprise to see that Project Cars 3 will launch on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
There is no word about any release on Stadia or about a port to the Nintendo Switch.
With the release date confirmed all that’s left is to pre-order your copy!
You can pre-order Project Cars 3 here.
If you’re in the UK you can also pre-order the game here.
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