It's not especially scary, but it gives us a great look at the latest racing effort from developer Slightly Mad studios.

Publisher Bandai Namco has produced a new Halloween trailer for the highly anticipated Project Cars , and the video shows off bad weather conditions and nighttime racing.

It's important to remember that this is all gameplay footage and that's pretty damn impressive. They give the trailer a spooky edge but beyond the excellent atmosphere, there's an unbelievable amount of detail and the effects are great. It will be a definite challenge to race in the conditions shown in this trailer, so true driving aficionados should really appreciate the difficulty.

The game was recently pushed back to March 20, 2015 but that's okay. We just want 'em to get it right…right?

Related Game(s): Project CARS

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Breadlover
Breadlover
6 years ago

Insane…. *hyped up*

JackieBoy
JackieBoy
6 years ago

It looks gereat, as well as other gameplays you can find on YouTube. Even more better that we will be able to drive on real race tracks like Nurburgring or city enviroments. This is what I miss in Drive Club.
Looking forward to this.

daus26
daus26
6 years ago

3-4 months isn't exactly minor so they must've found something really wrong or feedback from tgs was bad. No racer coming out from this point in so it's not like they should be afraid of competition or anything.

Anyway, I'm still not impressed but will probably get it anyway to hold me till gt7. Work hard slightly mad n make me like it.

Harerazer
Harerazer
6 years ago

By the time this comes out I'll probably be a slobbering, rabid beast.
15 million shooters…sigh…We racing fans are really getting the shaft. It seems the only genre less supported is the Puzzle game.

maxpontiac
maxpontiac
6 years ago

Looks and sounds fantastic, but then again, I never really doubted that end of Project Cars.

I doubt the actual driving end of it. It doesn't need to perfect, but it needs to "feel" like Gran Turismo to win me over.