New video comparison between Project CARS and an actual race has been shown, to ascertain the degree of photorealism in a recent version of the game from Slightly Mad Studios. For the occasion, there is a Formula Gulf 1000 run on board and at night.
Waited for a final release in just over two months, Project CARS is a game eagerly awaited by fans of racing simulation. The title of Slightly Mad Studios continues to improve over time, allowing the player community to try it and give their opinions to enrich the game.
However, the graphical rendering of the game does not have much to prove, since it is very successful, with quality models and realistic animations. For proof, here is a new video comparison that puts the game facing a real race aboard with a Formula Gulf 1000 on the Dubai Autodrome circuit at night.
The result is again striking. Note that it is the 896 build of the game, running on a PC with an Intel Core i7-4790K running at 4.4 GHz, a graphics card of EVGA GeForce GTX 780 SC with 3GB GDDR5 ACX and 6 GB of RAM DDR3 2400.
Recall that Project CARS will be sold on March 20, 2015 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. The title will be released later on Wii U and Steam OS.