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Experiencing Project CARS 2’s Red Bull Ring via Controller

Last week, Team VVV was fortunate enough to get some seat time with Project CARS 2, testing out the recently announced inclusion of the Red Bull Ring. There was a catch though: recorded video would be done with a controller instead of the expected sim racing rig.

GT Sport vs Project CARS: Corvette C7 at Brands Hatch

The familiar setting of Brands Hatch has become a testing ground for yet another comparison, showing the similarities — and differences — between two racing simulators. The latest video compares Project CARS to the GT Sport beta, using the up-to-date Corvette C7.R and Gr.3 car, respectively.

DiRT 4 Achievement List Revealed

The achievement and trophy list for upcoming rally racer DiRT 4 has been released to the public this week. Codemasters has shown off the type of events and challenges that will put players to the test when the game launches on June 9. The list seems to be a good mix of career-based tasks and general driving tests whilst containing some entertaining names to boot.

Forza Motorsport Played a Role in Shaping the Hardware of Project Scorpio

Last week Digital Foundry paid a visit to the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington for the first technical overview of the hardware powering the next Xbox, Project Scorpio. While the specs and underlying technology are truly impressive, a real-time demo would only validate the new machine even further. This is where Turn 10’s ForzaTech demo plays a key role.

Project Scorpio Forza 6 Tech Demo Runs at 4K/60FPS With Power To Spare

Microsoft has finally lifted the lid on its latest Xbox One model, with Project Scorpio having all sorts of technical specs being revealed to the public eye. Whilst it doesn’t have an official name, price or aesthetic look, the type of power the console will be capable of in relation to its fellow hardware seem nothing short of staggering.

Project Scorpio Will Be Revealed This Thursday

After weeks of speculation, Eurogamer has stepped in to confirm that Microsoft’s higher-specced Xbox, currently known under the codename “Project Scorpio” will be revealed this Thursday courtesy of Digital Foundry.

Custom Lobbies are Coming to Assetto Corsa Console Versions This April

Console players used to the current online portion of Assetto Corsa will be delighted to hear that private lobbies are finally on their way to improve the gaming experience. The news comes on the back of the recent update to the PC version, which brought three new cars and other updates yesterday.

Daytona USA is Now on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility

A true SEGA arcade classic is now available to play on Xbox One, as Daytona USA joins the console’s backwards compatibility list. The re-release that was initially launched on the Xbox 360 back in 2011 joins the ever growing list of last generation titles to be playable on the latest Microsoft console.

Leak Re-Confirms Project Scorpio Will Be 4.5x More Powerful Than Xbox One

4K gaming is already on the rise thanks to the PlayStation 4 Pro having an early start. Released last year in November, the higher-spec Sony console already has a number of titles taking advantage of the additional headroom, and is further enhanced when VR is factored into the equation. The other half of this 4K race remains absent for the time being: Microsoft.

New Xbox One S Bundle with Forza Horizon 3 Revealed by Microsoft

As you are probably aware of by now, Forza Horizon 3 has received critical acclaim from many game reviewers, and is considered one of the best in the genre this generation. It earned itself the E3 2016 Game Critics Award for best racing game last year, and was even voted Best Racing Game by our community in the 2016 GTPlanet Awards.