File this under breaking news: a new Project CARS game is in the works. The good news comes courtesy of Slightly Mad Studios head Ian Bell on our forum. This… Read More »
It’s hard to believe, but Project CARS 2 launched way back in late September 2017. Slightly Mad Studios’ sophomore entry in the franchise kicked off the busiest month of sim racing… Read More »
Slightly Mad Studios has picked up a heavyweight name in video games to join its team. Paul “Rushy” Rustchynsky posted on Twitter that he has joined SMS as a game… Read More »
Project CARS 2 isn’t even on store shelves yet, but the team at Slightly Mad Studios is looking towards its next project. Studio head Ian Bell revealed during a live-streaming… Read More »
Slightly Mad Studios showed off more of Project CARS 2‘s various online features earlier this week. The reveal happened during the team’s latest live stream, offering players their best look… Read More »
Slightly Mad Studios’ Stephen Viljoen reveals Project CARS 2 looks better on the Xbox One X compared to PS4 Pro. The comment comes from an interview the Game Director had… Read More »
Project CARS 2 will include a series first by introducing live pit stops during races. As per a new blog post on the official game site, pitting has been vastly… Read More »
Last month, Slightly Mad Studios revealed the various pre-order editions of Project CARS 2. The available physical options included the Ultra, Collector’s, and Limited Editions. Starting today, the digital versions of the… Read More »
Project CARS 2 got the E3 2017 hype started with a sizzle reel last week. With the massive gaming event in full swing, we sat down with Andy Tudor (creative director)… Read More »
A short film shows us the process of accurately recreating McLaren’s latest supercar for PCARS 2.
Project CARS 2 will feature one of Bavaria’s hottest track terrors.
Slightly Mad Studios and McLaren go behind the scenes to show you how the two companies worked together to bring the brand new 720S supercar to the upcoming game.
Ian Bell stokes the flames of speculation with the latest comment from the SMS CEO.
One door opens, and another closes: could Porsche accessibility mean Alois’ creations become rarer in our favorite genre?
Getting to grips with SMS’ new racer armed with a controller looks to be a challenging proposition.
See and hear differences between the two driving simulators, with a comparison video starring the Corvette C7.