I expect more contemporary hypercars, 2020-2021 season racecars, and maybe a couple more 500+ horsepower historic racing icons. Possibly with a free promotional pack or two starring a 2021 model requested by the manufacturer(s) as an advertisement.But they are all fully modifiable 80s and 90s JDM cars though! Possibly.
Where did they confirm this? Can you link it?
https://www.humblebundle.com/store/project-cars-3-season-pass#:~:text=A collection of 12 cars,the Premium Livery Pack immediately.4 thrilling racing action packs. A collection of 12 cars, race conversion kits, 60 Career Tours, 100s of Customisation Assets & Trophies & Achievements.
It says 4 packs with 12 cars on the description for the season pass.
https://www.humblebundle.com/store/project-cars-3-season-pass#:~:text=A collection of 12 cars,the Premium Livery Pack immediately.
I have seen those descriptions. I'm just not certain that they are definitive.
Both Steam and Xbox have the season pass listed the same way, that seems pretty definitive to me.
I've asked, over on Discord, for comment on those 12 cars. They can't say anything yet. They also say it's not them who write those descriptions, but the publisher.
Could be that is what is coming, or not. Maybe we should wait until the devs echo the same thing.
I'd imagine the publisher has a good idea of what's in the game what with them being the publisher and all.
I'd imagine that as well. But a part of me thinks just 12 cars is too little and perhaps there is a phrasing issue in the descriptions. That's why I hope we get more details from the horse's mouth, even if it seems pretty close to a done deal.
It's also fair to suppose there could be a discrepancy in the intended meaning of one of the numbers in contrast to the others. Are there going to be 100s of added trophies/achievements, too? Those are PS/XB trophies/achievements, I assume? It's not a very cleanly-worded blurb.Well unless each pack is getting 60 events and 100s of customisation parts I think its pretty fair to say its 12 total. 3 cars per pack.
Marketing and communication about this game has been anything but clear and readily informative. It's asking if there has been clarification on this detail, like others.Its highly unlikely they, publisher or developer, would incorrectly advertise paid DLC and seasons passes. Its just hoping for something that isn't there.
They only promise race conversion kits, not conversions for each of the 12 DLC cars.Considering the 12 cars each come with race conversion kits, you could say we are getting 24 individual models. 💡
Yeah there is an element of gambling with purchasing this game and its season pass. You lay your money down not quite sure what you're going to get! I suppose it adds to the excitement.Marketing and communication about this game has been anything but clear and readily informative. It's asking if there has been clarification on this detail, like others.
Yeah there is an element of gambling with purchasing this game and its season pass. You lay your money down not quite sure what you're going to get! I suppose it adds to the excitement.
Yes I suppose it is in some ways.Bit of a double edge sword for them
Same with Forza or similar games, all the cars are in each update, but you purchase the license key to open them up for use.Yes I suppose it is in some ways.
With the new online focused approach I suspect that whatever is added will be added for all - just so that everyone can see the cars and extras in online races. Otherwise what's the point in upgrading and creating your ultimate car if you can't show it off.
They won't be able to be used in offline/solo modes if you don't own them but maybe they might be able to be selected by a dlc owning host for all to use - just like in PC1.