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  1. The Ultimate Driver Journey WMD member Halcyon is renowned for his video trailers, so much so that SMS have hired him as a member of staff to create further video productions. Combined with Dr Stephen Baysted's rendition of Lux Aeterna, this latest video gains 'official' status. The trailer also confirms a release date scheduled for November 2014. When it comes to next-gen visuals, world class physics, racing authenticity, career freedom, and variety of content, Project CARS remains the most anticipated and premier choice for race fans. Jump into the seat of a kart and forge a career with the aim of one day winning a prestigious 24hr race in a LM Prototype car, battle bumper-to-bumper for a third consecutive championship in the world of Touring, or simply take an exotic supercar out for a beautiful drive along the coast. Whatever your journey, Project CARS is your destination... MEDIA:
  2. What a sixpack! Slightly Mad Studios' Project CARS just keeps growing as Audi has just been announced to become the latest brand to join the community-assisted simulator! As many as six Audis are joining the game, including the latest rendition of their supercar: the 2013 R8 V10 Plus as well as its big brother, the 2013 R8 LMS Ultra GT3, which will challenge the recently announced Bentley amongst other GT3 racers. The 1989 90 IMSA GTO is a beast that could prove to be tough but rewarding to control and it will surely find its own fans. Le Mans heritage is not forgotten as included are both the 2002 R8 LMP900 and the 2011 R18 TDI LMP1, both of which have shown their domination at the track. Last but not least is my personal favourite, the small 2012 A1 Quattro - a 256hp version of Audi's tiny A1 which I'm really eager to test! All of these cars will surely be great fun to drive and they'll be hitting the tracks in Fall 2014 when Project CARS is released for the PS4, Xbox One, SteamOS, Wii U and of course PC. Source: WMDPortal
  3. To the track sir? WMDPortal has just posted the news that Bentley is being welcomed to Project CARS, the license will result in the inclusion of two of Bentley's more recent racing cars. The most well known of them being the strikingly beautiful 'Speed 8' Le Mans racer, with the other being a GT3 version of their luxury Grand Tourer, the Continental GT. A GT3 version of this car seems a bit strange to myself, but then again if it's stripped out and hard-prepped for the track it could actually be a lot of fun! Project CARS if you still don't know is coming out later in 2014 for PC, PS4, Xbox One and Wii U. Thanks - WMDPortal
  4. Lookout Below! Don't ask me what is arriving 'from the sky' or when we can expect it, but it probably wouldn't hurt to make the occasional glance upwards in-between focusing on the next corner exit. Before you jump onto the track, however, check out hybrid.art's new video trailer, embedded below for your convenience.
  5. Carlsberg don't make Trailers... It seems that the crowd-funded project by Slightly Mad Studios Project Cars has been going on forever, in fact you could almost believe that Moses himself was playing the latest build when the burning bush pestered him to pay attention but alas we are here in 2014 and this looks to be the actual year when we will see the game actually released! Yeah I know how crazy is that? Those of you who have followed and are an active part of the games' development will know how it has progressed and continues to just surprise and make jaws drop with each passing phase and goal met by the development team. And with the recent move from the Xbox 360 and PS3 to their next-gen successors it's clearly evident that this game is going to be the looker of the bunch and will hopefully have the meat and not just be a pretty face. You can judge what you think yourself though with this *Jermemy Clarkson voice* astonishing trailer from WMDForum member JonZ, who if you don't know of, is very skilled at making trailers that result in you throwing money at your screen. Project CARS will be available for the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Steam OS and Wii U (yes really) in the later part of 2014. For more info check out the the WMD website. Check out our Project Cars forum!
  6. Got a WMD Account? Got a Few Hours? Then Click the Links Below! Development News Work on the WiiU version of Project CARS has kicked off as the first WiiU devkits have arrived - Click Here First previews of the 2012 Formula C have been posted up by Casey Ringley - Click Here Please welcome back Greg Hill who rejoins the Project CARS audio engineering squad - Click Here Darren White has posted up some info on the selectable lens flare feature that is part of the dynamic time of day system - Click Here An option to toggle the auto start of the engine will be added soon - Click Here Casey Ringley has outlined some high-priority vehicle feature issues regarding the windscreens that will be tackled soon - Click Here The newest Project CARS video trailer "Waiting for The Dark", created by WMD member PLM5, is now available on GameTrailers - Click Here Our Creative Director Andy Tudor was recently on site at Ideame Madrid, check out his summary here - Click Here The winners of the Ford Capri Zakspeed Group 5 livery contest vote have been announced, congrats to everyone who made the cut! - Click Here Our Handling Consultant Nic Hamilton has provided one of his excellent extensive feedback reports - Click Here Nine Mercedes Benz cars will be included in Project CARS as revealed on the frontpage - Click Here New and existing members will soon be able to invest into the development of the Playstation 4 & Xbox One versions of Project CARS - Click Here WMD comes with a money-back offer, please see here for details - Click Here Our physics guru Andrew Weber has unleashed a new version of the tire model, coming with plenty of stunning new features - Click Here Andrew has also outlined a very interesting proposal regarding a customizable cars feature - Click Here Lots of new improvements have recently been applied to the user interface as outlined by our Creative Director Andy Tudor - Click Here Our code guys continue to make great progress on the WiiU version of Project CARS - Click Here Functionality to save replays along with a new replay view screen has recently been added - Click Here The five winning liveries from the Zakspeed Capri Group 5 Livery Contest have been added into the game - Click Here Our Producer Phil Merricks has posted up a long list of cool new features that will be worked on in the coming months - Click Here Lots of improvements are coming to the gearbox system as outlined by Casey Ringley - Click Here Furthermore, a flexible weight ballast & performance balancing system is also coming soon - Click Here The TweakIT tool will soon be expanded, allowing comprehensive camera editing for the community - Click Here Our Handling Consultant Nicolas Hamilton has shared some great ideas for pCARS in his latest blogs - Click Here A new system to swap tires has been added - Click Here [gallery link=file" size="gallery-thumbnail" columns="5" itemtag="div" icontag="span" ids="1606,1608,1602,1604,1601] Content Previews JF Bouchard has improved the headlights of the 1991 BMW M3 E30 Group A - Click Here JF has also performed a big list of tasks on the 1981 BMW M1 Procar, including the addition of some cool new damage effects - Click Here Gustavo Olivera is making some stunning modelling progress on the 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ-400 - Click Here Ralph Hummerich continues the texturing work on the 1967 Ford Mk IV - Click Here Texturing work on the 2012 Ruf RGT-8 has continued as well - Click Here Lakeville Raceway has received some new trackside objects - Click Here A rough draft model of the 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 has been added to start physics testing - Click Here Ralph Hummerich has made some excellent texturing progress on the 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ-400 - Click Here Luis Barata has checked in a new version of the historical Solitude Rennstrecke track - Click Here The Mercedes Benz SLS AMG 6.3 is now available in the development builds - Click Here LOD & AO work on the 2012 Ruf RGT-8 has continued recently - Click Here Ralph Hummerich has continued the great texturing progress on the 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ-400 - Click Here Vit Budin has shown off some new grid-girl previews - Click Here Matt Clark has done plenty of work on the 2009 Ford Focus RS - Click Here Meanwhile, Daniel Karlsson is working his texturing magic on the cockpit of the 1991 BMW M3 E30 Group A - Click Here Martin Olivera has added windscreen wiper animations to the 2011 Pirault Mega SR Cup 265 - Click Here [gallery link=file" size="gallery-thumbnail" columns="5" itemtag="div" icontag="span" ids="1609,1599,1598,1607,1597] Fixes & Updates The Lotus 98T has received a five-speed gearbox as suggested by the WMD members - Click Here Doug Arnao has checked in improved physics for the Lotus 49 - Click Here The Pagani Zonda R physics have been improved based on CAD data - Click Here The Lotus 78 has received an update as well - Click Here The static emap position for Anhalt GP has been updated - Click Here The emap position for Azure Circuit has been updated as well - Click Here A Maximum Frame Latency Setting has been added to the graphics settings - Click Here Project CARS has been updated to use the latest version of the Fanatec SDK - Click Here An improved version of the Project CARS launcher has been released - Click Here A crashing bug related to the new Fanatec SDK has been fixed - Click Here A new RaceCalendar feature has been added - Click Here The race screens have been updated - Click Here Different tire compounds can now be chosen from the GUI - Click Here Some runtime warnings for missing files have been fixed - Click Here Code support for external gear sounds has been added - Click Here First pass physics for the 2012 Mercedes Benz SLS AMG GT3 have been checked in - Click Here Engine start & ignition feature work has been added - Click Here The Oculus Rift SDK has been added - Click Here An audio bug resulting in muffled on-throttle engine sounds has been fixed - Click Here Furthermore, a bug causing missing environmental sound effects has been addressed as well - Click Here The player-only slipstream effect has been adjusted back to its previous value - Click Here [gallery link=file" size="gallery-thumbnail" columns="5" itemtag="div" icontag="span" ids="1595,1605,1596,1603,1600] Test & Report Feedback Help us collect all current graphic bugs that need fixing - Click Here Help test us test the physics of various cars and report your feedback in the testing forum - Click Here Which DirectX version are you using when running pCARS? Click Here to Vote What method would you like to see used to deter piracy of the PC version of Project CARS? Click Here to Vote What makes for good box art? Compare and submit community concept images with box art from other racing titles - Click Here Other Jussi Karjalainen has created a nifty setup tool that you might want to check out - Click Here Have you created an application for pCARS using the new API? Make sure to post it in our gallery - Click Here A great example of working with the pCARS API is Stephan Gauch's excellent upcoming iOS app - Click Here We have added a new lounge for all our members with Manager level - Click Here Our prototype design contest is still going on! Make sure to check out all the neat designs and maybe submit one yourself! - Click Here That's it for this time, have fun checking out all the material and make sure to join the discussions yourself if you have a WMD Tool Pack!
  7. Looking around on the web and checking out general discussion and such from popular gaming sites and communities it's clear that the Wii U is off to a slow start and whether it can recover from this will remain to be seen. Though I wouldn't be booking my ticket to dance on it's grave quite yet as don't forget the 3DS had the same beginning and is now 30million+ units strong worldwide! Got me wondering though, do any of you guys have one? If so what do you think of it and is the controller really innovative like the Wii's motion controller was regarded before? If you don't have one, are you waiting for a hefty price cut or a special title to come before splashing the cash? It's evident from this section that Nintendo isn't that popular among you :duck:'ers so let's see if we can change that and get you to show yourselves! :D
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