Project CARS 3 reviews – a new direction for the series.

Project CARS 3 is a fairly successful game, but very different from the previous installments of the series.

IN BRIEF:

Project CARS 3 reviews – a new direction for the series
  • The racing game Project CARS 3 will debut on August 28;
  • Production reviews: Metacritic – 73-78%, OpenCritic – 74%.
  • In a few days, Project CARS 3 – a new racing game from Slightly Mad Studios will debut on the market. The production will go to PCs, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles (later releases dedicated to the next-genom will also be released). A lot of reviews of this title have already appeared on the web.

    Project CARS 3 – selected opinions

    Reviews of Sligtly Mad Studios’ production suggest that the developers created a decent game, but not good enough to compete with the top of the genre. There are also opinions that this is a title that is significantly different from the previous installments of the series and will not necessarily appeal to its fans (it’s much more skillful).

    Project CARS 3 reviews – a new direction for the series

    People who didn’t like what Project CARS and Project CARS 2 had to offer will love Project CARS 3. But the reverse is also true; if you loved the first two parts for their attachment to pure, unadulterated simulation, then this third installment will probably turn you down. In my opinion the game offers a balanced approach that is much more focused and resembles other productions in the genre, which I find attractive. Project CARS 3 is incredibly deep, retaining in its DNA a lot of what makes this series so good – Scott Ellison II, Saving Content.

    Project CARS 3 has problems with its own identity. Once you get used to the new direction, you can fall into a pleasant sequence of marking targets, drifting with sharp turns, and buying upgrades. However, while the platform on which this series is based ensures that you have many different tracks, cars and weather conditions at your disposal, it is also like shackles for fans of arcade racing – Tom Harrison-Lord, TheSixthAxis.

    Project CARS 3 reviews – a new direction for the series

    In many ways, Project CARS 3 is reminiscent of the Forza Horizon series, although it was created without the panache and what makes the games from that series fun to play. If you are a fan of racing, be it arcade or simulation racing, I recommend avoiding this game – it’s not really a pleasant experience, though it belongs to the once great series – Hamish Lindsay, Stevivor.

    Project CARS 3 – reviews

    On Metacritic, this title currently has a review average of 73-78% (depending on the platform, with the computer version being the worst rated). The average on the OpenCritic portal is comparable – 74% (it is worth adding that 76% of reviewers consider the title worth recommending).

    Project CARS 3 reviews – a new direction for the series
  • God is a Geek – 9/10
  • The Gamer – 4.5 / 5
  • Hobby Consolas – 87/100
  • Games.ch – 86/100
  • The Games Machine – 8.2 / 10
  • IGN Italy – 8.1 / 10
  • GameSpew – 8/10
  • PCGamesN – 8/10
  • Press Start – 8/10
  • Hardcore Gamer – 4/5
  • Saving Content – 4/5
  • Cerealkillerz – 7.9 / 10
  • Everyeye.lt – 7.8 / 10
  • Power Unlimited – 77/100
  • GamesRadar + – 3.5 / 5
  • PowerUp! – 7/10
  • Sports Gamers Online – 6/10
  • TheSixthAxis – 6/10
  • Stevivor – 3.5 / 10
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  • Project CARS 3 – official website