Andy Tudor, creative director at Slightly Mad Studios, has explained that the Wii U version of Project CARS will be just as good as the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC versions of the game. In fact, Tudor says that because of all the additional functionality of the Wii U GamePad, the Wii U version of the game presents them will plenty of opportunities that the other platforms don’t offer. Here’s what Tudor had to say about Project CARS on Wii U.
“As soon as the Wii U was announced we were like `Oh my god, this looks amazing! We need to work on this´. There are loads of ways to use the Gamepad: As the rear-view mirror, or the parameters screen or for storing all HUD elements, or using the gyro to control the car…”
“There are lots of opportunities with the Wii U Gamepad, and we want to use it as much as we can because it´s so cool! There´s also Miiverse, which lets people post screen and post their thoughts on a game… The Wii U is full of opportunities.”
“But I can tell you that we´re making all the versions at the same time, so it´s not like we´re making the PC version and then we port it to consoles afterwards.”
“What we´re going to make sure is that the Wii U version is not the worst one, it won´t be a crappy version. We want people to get the game and say `Holy shit, that looks amazing!”
Slightly Mad Studios has announced that the long-awaited racer Project CARS is due to be released on Thanksgiving which is November 28th. Project CARS is a community-based racing simulator which is due for release on a number of platforms including Xbox 360, Wii U, PlayStation 3, and PC. Here’s what the development studio had to say on Facebook.
“Once and for all : the “official” release of the game (on all platforms) is scheduled for Thanksgiving… for the moment…”
Slightly Mad Studios the development team behind Project Cars is also working on a brand new game which is titled Biker Bash for Wii U. The game has been described as a “bike racing game that combines classic gameplay from titles like Road Rash/MotorStorm with modern fighting mechanics from Street Fighter IV/Fight Night and drags it kicking and screaming into the 21st Century with next-gen graphics, gameplay, and social features… all at a downloadable price point.”
Project CARS’ developers, Slightly Mad Studios, released a brand-new video – shown above – which shows the dynamic detail from their upcoming racing game. Notice how everything’s appearance changes based on the lighting of the environment. The developers promise that the time of the day, the weather and the clouds will help create a “stunningly realistic driving experience.” Project CARS will be released in 2013 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows and Wii U.
Slightly Mad Studios has released several high quality images from its upcoming racing game, Project CARS. According to the developer, the photos have not been altered and show purely in-game footage – what you see above is what you experience while driving. Project Cars will be released on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC and Wii U.