Head of Slightly Mad Studios Ian Bell took to the GTPlanet forum yesterday to tease that the studio behind the Project CARS franchise is working on something brand new — and that there’s a prize involved for whomever can guess what it is.
One annoying issue that sim racers faced when the PlayStation 4 was released was steering wheel compatibility. Owners of wheels like the highly popular G-series from Logitech (G25, G27) or older Fanatec items quickly found out that they wouldn’t be able to use their existing wheels to play racing games.
Following on from the announcement of Imola and a Group C legend, Slightly Mad Studios has given us a first look at the latest addition to the Project CARS 2 roster, after teasing it this weekend — the Mitsubishi Evo VI by SVA.
Good news for Assetto Corsa players. Kunos Simulazioni has announced that two of the most iconic cars to wear the Mazda badge are coming to the game for free, while a previously-announced Porsche is inbound as well.
Heading to Boston this weekend for PAX East? If yes then you’ll have the chance to try out Polyphony Digital’s upcoming racer, which has been confirmed by the PlayStation Blog to be playable alongside other games at the PlayStation booth.
More Gran Turismo Sport news at the Geneva Motor Show. After announcing a new Vision GT car yesterday, Gran Turismo series Producer Kazunori Yamauchi and Jean-Claude Biver, CEO of TAG Heuer, announced that TAG Heuer will be the Official Time Keeper in Gran Turismo Sport.
After many teases, F1 legend and former Indy 500 champion Emerson Fittipaldi has pulled back the sheets on the latest entry in the Vision Gran Turismo roster on the ground in Geneva: the Fittipaldi EF7 Vision GT.
2017 is upon us, and we’ve already bet on it being a bumper crop for racing games. This should be special for anyone with an interest in Sony’s flagship racer, as we should finally have the first entry of Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo series on the PlayStation 4.
iRacing fans are in for a treat, as the online service announced Friday that “The Bullring”, a 3/8 mile paved oval at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, will be included as part of the quarterly update by March this year.
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The closed beta for the latest PlayStation 4 update (v4.50) comes with a much-requested feature for PS4 Pro owners. Labeled “Boost Mode”, this feature (when enabled in the settings) allows games that haven’t receive a PS4 Pro compatibility update to now utilize the Pro’s improved hardware for better performance.
Electronic Arts’s third quarter fiscal 2017 earnings call was yesterday (link to the full document here), and buried between the various sports and shooting titles was a reference to the upcoming Need For Speed title, and when players can expect it.
Fancy working for one of Sony’s biggest first-party studios and the creators of Gran Turismo? If so, then you’re in luck, as Polyphony Digital recently updated its recruitment page with a variety of job positions. The full list is below:
We’ll call this a surprising start to the week: Youtube user Vortlas SimRacing has uploaded a never-before-seen unofficial trailer for Slightly Mad Studios’ Project CARS 2. While we must stress the unofficial aspect—nothing has been confirmed by SMS at this point—this is the first footage we’ve seen of the game that is scheduled to release in 2017, and there is a lot to digest.