Project Cars 3 Review – Still a long way to go.
If you like racing games, then Project Cars 3 is a great game. However, if you don’t like games with motion blur and technical issues, maybe it’s best to save your money.
Project CARS 3 is a racing video game developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. It was first released on 28 August 2020 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Currently, the game has a Metacritic.com rating of 70, and a 6/10 on Steam.
For Numerous people, change is not on their side. But for Project Cars 3, Change is the game. Project Cars 3 has significantly improved its handling power when played using a gamepad. The previous two games put racing wheels as their primary gamepad controls. However, in the latest installment, much has changed. Project Cars 3 is a significantly tighter game to control, with more efficiency built into the game.
The game has upgrades built in that you can get by playing through the game. Those who do not have the patience can purchase the higher classes and do not have to spend their time grinding the game to get XP. Racing is both fun and a challenge. The lower end cars have a not comfortable relationship with gripping; however, as you proceed, the handling requires more accuracy.
For example, if you are using an Aston Martin GT, you feel that the weight is trying to bounce you around in the corners, and it is not fiddly while driving.
The races are very brief, going up to five laps, meaning that they do not drag, and the career is processional in terms of events. There are two types of events in the game. The first is Breakout, which involves smashing boxes to score points. The second is PaceSetter, which consists of racing against the clock.
Multiplayer matches are in three modes: Quick Play, Scheduled Event, and Custom Lobby. Quickplay is just how it sounds; go for a quick race with strangers or with friends. Simultaneously, the Scheduled Event involves races every twenty minutes that involve signing up and qualifying. The Rivals mode involves pitting you against the same talent drivers throughout the daily, weekly, and monthly activities.
The circuits in the game feature locations in America, Asia, and Europe. Although the weather is a customizable setting, it does not look very realistic. When playing on the Playstation 4, it is prone to drab visuals, lag, and motion blur. Despite the negative aspects, Project Cars 3 is a game that gamers will be happy to play.
Passing through the worse aspects and Project Cars 3 is a fascinating and exciting game with many potentials. Overall, this game gets a rating of 3.5/5.
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