You can play Project Cars Digital Edition for free on Xbox One from February 16-March 15
Microsoft will be rolling out Project Cars Digital Edition to Xbox One for free from February 16 through March 15. The move is part of the limited Games with Gold next month, during which four games will hit your Xbox library at no charge.
Developed by Bandai Namco, Project Cars Digital Edition is a critically acclaimed realistic racing simulator. The game immerses players into numerous tracks, huge range of cars, career mode, and online multiplayer experience. The game also includes the Limited Edition DLC upgrade that has five legendary cars to boot.
The game currently costs $29.99 on the Microsoft Store. The listing states that Project Cars Digital Edition also lets players unlock five legendary cars drivable in any game mode and showcased with special one-make series within your career. These cars are:
- Ford GT40 Mk IV
- BMW M1 Pro Car
- McLaren F1
- Sauber C9
- Mercedes-Benz AMG C-Coupe DTM
Microsoft says a community of passionate racing fans and real-life drivers have guided, tested, and approved these cars.
The listing adds:
“Project Cars represents the next-generation of racing simulation as the ultimate combination of fan desire and developer expertise. Discover an unrivaled immersion fuelled by world-class graphics and handling that allows you to truly feel the road. Create a driver, pick from a huge variety of motorsports and write your own tale in a sandbox career mode. Featuring an unprecedented track roster, a ground-breaking dynamic time of day and weather system as well as deep tuning and pit stop functionality, Project Cars leaves the competition behind in the dust.”
Project Cars Digital Edition will be available as a free download for Xbox Live Gold members in select countries. Will you be playing the game once it goes free in February? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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