DSOGaming writes: "Slightly Mad Studios has released a new set of screenshots for its visually impressive racer, Project CARS."
Even though this game is using "nextgen PC power", I really think that a GT for PS4 would look better. Not that this one looks bad, but I really think a GT game on the PS4 will look better.
lol possibly, but at this point I doubt it would be noticeable. And it's a shame too. Especially, if this game comes to ps4 before gt6 or 7 does. I have not doubt that gt6 would be a better game. But without the power of the ps4, for now at least, Project cars is the graphics king for racing sims.
...I'm just going to disregard this. How can a PS4 game look better than this? Project CARS is pushing the limits on a PC, so a less-graphically inclined PS4 racing game will look worse. Not extremely worse, but not on the level in the pics.
I don't think it's impossible. Given that this is one of very few games to give GT5 a run for its money graphically, and given how old GT5 is by now- and running on the PS3, which is obviously inferior to the PS4- it's possible that GT6 could match or exceed Project CARS. Remember that things like optimization will also play a role. And doesn't Drive Club already look exceptional? I can't imagine GT will look worse.
The key is optimization. Gt6 or 7 would be running on an engine designed specifically for the ps4. Which would give it an advantage. Not to dis the motorstorm devs but they aren't the best when it comes to graphics... and you see what they did with driveclub on ps4. Let polyphony digital have a go at it.
Man that's pretty.
Talk about photorealism. Wow.
I would probably wait and get this on the PS4.
the level of detail on the cars and tracks is extreme i'm so excited for this, in the 3rd pic i see they added Nürburgring sweeeeeeeet. and the detail of the water drops on that last pic WOW i'm not kidding that is spectacular.
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