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Project CARS: Check Out The Incredibly Distracting Dubai Skyline

The thing that has probably impressed me the most about Project CARS is the level of detail outside of the track itself.

Dubai Autodrome is certainly no exception, Slightly Mad Studios have faithfully recreated the Dubai skyline as seen from the circuit and it looks simply stunning.

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TheBrownBandito949d ago (Edited 949d ago )

This video shows exactly why I'm hyped for this game. No pushing to the front like arcade racers. You stand or fall by your driving ability, end of.

Been doing some rFactor 2 at our local sim driving centre. As a playstation gamer, it's been a real eye opener I can tell you. So glad PS4 is getting a real sim.

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Utalkin2me949d ago

Im sorry, but indy cars are not this loose. And it seems the sense of speed is not there.

orakle44949d ago

Those are loosely based on Formula 1 cars, not Indy. Love how everyone is an expert.

aliengmr948d ago

You said "indy cars" lol

Yea, I'll be sure to take into account your expert opinion on this game's authenticity./s

TheBrownBandito949d ago

They're not Indy cars and they're not mormally that loose on your couch, no.

In real life however....

omarcomingyo949d ago

It's hardly distracting, I kept my eyes on the road the whole time

Perjoss949d ago

For 60 fps on consoles you will need to make some sacrifices my friend. Driveclub looks nice because its locked at 30.

TheBrownBandito949d ago

You are right, but I would say that DriveClub in fact looks fantastic because it is locked at 30fps. But this isn't about DriveClub and its not comparing apples with apples.

Like orakle says, DriveClub has been good fun, but this is where real racing is at and the visuals look plenty nice enough to me.

GamingTruth949d ago (Edited 949d ago )

Drive clubs 30fps was a design decision, not a sacrifice

or is there anything on pc that compares?

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