Despite three delays and the cancellation of previous-generation console editions, Project Cars has continued to hold interest mainly for the richly detailed visuals it has been showing off since it was announced. Now developer Slightly Mad Studios has rolled out this video showing the courses where all that will take place.
There will be more than 30 racing locations in Project Cars, set all over the world, many of them real-world racing venues (with some race layouts on highways included). The game’s dynamic time-of-day lighting and weather system will introduce additional variability to the scenery.
Project Cars was originally to launch in November; it was then pushed to February, then April, and now is on course for a May launch on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One, with versions for SteamOS and Wii U expected later this year.