Racing fans will enjoy one hell of a fall.

In addition to the PlayStation 4 exclusive Driveclub and the Xbox One exclusive Forza Horizon 2 , we get the multiplatform Project Cars . And now, Slightly Mad Studios has nailed down a publisher for the promising title.

It's Bandai Namco, who will happily distribute the game globally for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Wii U and PC. Project Cars is a simulator, which should attract the Gran Turismo and Forza followers, and it's slated to launch in November. It's also one of the first titles to support the PS4's virtual reality initiative, Project Morpheus. Personally, even though I'd still never do it, racing in VR is infinitely more attractive than shooting in VR.

Oh, and here's the E3 trailer if you missed it.

Related Game(s): Project CARS

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Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
7 years ago

I'm still waiting on Tekken 7. They got so slow with their Tekken releases last gen. I hope they're not still working on this 'Tekken X Street Fighter' game, we've already had the other version – which was average at best – and I don't really care for crossovers.

Beamboom
Beamboom
7 years ago

Why will you "still never do [VR]", Ben? Not even try it? Why not?

Harerazer
Harerazer
7 years ago

"Project Cars is a simulator, which should attract the Gran Turismo and Forza followers,"

That sound you hear is this plummeting off of my radar. Between the Drive Club PS4 version debacle and this news, it seems The Crew is going to win by default. Hell, I may have to break down and buy NFS Rivals to support my racing fix. sigh

shaydey77
shaydey77
7 years ago

Currently at the top of my list of racing games that my PS4 is desperately waiting to play.

Still Second Son is givng me great entertainment for the time being.