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Nissan 400Z Makes Gaming Debut in Project CARS 3

The mystery fourth car in this week’s Project CARS 3 DLC pack has broken cover, and it’s not only making its debut in the Project CARS series but in gaming as a whole: the Nissan 400Z Proto.

Project CARS 3 Launches to Mixed Reviews

It’s launch day for Project CARS 3, and since the review embargo lifted yesterday, the internet has been flooded with opinions on Slightly Mad Studios’ latest racing game.

Project CARS 3 Livery Editor Previewed in New Video

There’s only a week to go now until Project CARS 3 starts landing on doormats, and there’s still a few pieces of information coming out of Slightly Mad Studios. Today the developer has posted a short clip of the game’s new livery editor in action, to let fans know what to expect.

Project CARS 3 Plans Free Post-Launch DLC Tracks

A post on the official Project CARS 3 Discord channel seems to have confirmed that Slightly Mad Studios has some post-launch support in mind for the title, including new cars and new circuits, the latter of which it apparently intends to release for no extra cost.

Project CARS 3 Latest Trailer Shows New Porsche 935 in Action

Although it came as a bit of a surprise when announced in June, Project CARS 3 is almost upon us. The latest title in the series lands at the end of August and, unsurprisingly, that means a step up in the marketing campaign.

Project CARS 3: Car List, Track List, Videos, Screenshots, and Updates

Project CARS 3 is the third entry in the Project CARS series, which first arrived back in 2015. The series, developed by Slightly Mad Studios — which was also previously responsible for Need for Speed Shift and Shift 2 — has always been available on both PlayStation and Xbox consoles, along with PC via Steam.