Project Cars was released on 12th May and most review outlets have now published their reviews.
Project Cars is a game that will appeal mostly to those into realistic driving simulators. Arcade racing fans may not get quite the same enjoyment out of it, but that’s not to say they won’t enjoy it.
At the time of publishing, Project Cars sits with a Metascore of 84, based on 32 Critics for the PS4 version and a Metascore of 81, based on 13 Critics for the XBOX One version.
Game Informer – 8.5/10
In a genre where it can be hard to differentiate yourself, Project Cars makes its mark. It’s not as strong as it could be in all areas, but Slightly Mad Studios’ attention to detail and racing chops make the game a contender.
Laden with features and options, Project Cars rewards patient players with an authentic and exciting circus of motorsport.
Gamespot – 8/10
Project CARS is an authentic, beautiful, intense, and technically-advanced racing game.
Simply put, Project CARS is simulation racing done right. The subtlety of the nearly countless gameplay tweaks, combined with a robust open Career mode, makes for an experience that racing fans should fall in love with.
IGN – 8.9/10
Deep and demanding but incredibly user-friendly, Project CARS is real racing done right.
Games Radar – 3.5/5
When it works, Project CARS is unbelievably good. But overly-aggressive AI, odd collision physics, imperfect pad controls and several bugs mean it’s just shy of greatness.
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