A year after Project CARS debuted on Xbox One and Windows PC, ‘Game of the Year’ edition of this game found its way to Microsoft’s platforms. The game includes all previously released DLCs, as well as support for 12k resolution and virtual reality devices.
Xbox’s Major Nelson announced the arrival of this game on his blog. He said that the game includes all the features from the original release, as well as some additional content, in form of new cars, tracks, locations, and other features.
“Featuring all the elements of the original core experience that made Project CARS the most authentic, beautiful, intense, and technically-advanced racing game on the planet, the Game Of The Year Edition also includes an additional: 50+ cars (125 total), 4 tracks (35 unique locations, 100+ layouts total), 60+ community-created liveries, 500+ features and improvements All this, plus two special and exclusive items – the iconic Nurburgring Combined Nordschieife + GP circuit and two exclusive vehicles from Pagani – the Zonda Revolucion and Huayra BC,” says Major Nelson.
Project CARS – Game of the Year edition was released to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC at the same time. Players who want to purchase the game can do so from the Xbox One Store, Steam, or PlayStation Store. For those already owning the game, BANDAI NAMCO made the Pagani Nürburgring Endurance Expansion available for purchase via Project CARS’ ON DEMAND programme.
Neither Project CARS nor Project CARS – Game of the Year edition are currently available on Windows 10’s Universal Windows Platform. While we don’t have any info if the game will ever debut in the Windows 10 Store, there are some other quality racing games you’ll be able to play on Windows 10, like Forza Motorsport.
The game is available for $39.99 on Xbox One, for 49,37€ on Steam, and 34.99 GBP on PlayStation 4. Speaking of games, check out our mammoth list with 100 best games currently available on the Windows Store.
Tell us in the comments, what do you think about Project CARS – Game of the Year edition, and will you buy it on your Windows PC or Xbox One?
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