Welcome to the first edition of This Week in Project CARS!
In these topics, we´ll be recapping some of the important stuff that has happened in the forum for the past week. So even if you don't have the time to spend hours each day to keep up with the busy pace of the forum, you`ll never miss out on the important news!
So without further ado, here are some of the past week's most important topics that shouldn't be missed:
- Our PC lead Martin Griffiths has shared plenty of details on the rendering system and the drawbacks of DirectX 9, a highly interesting read for tech nuts - Click Here
- Ben Collins, Project CARS' Physics & Handling Consultant, has been kind enough to answer many questions from our forum members. Ever wanted to find out whether Ben prefers Ferrari or Porsche and what motivated him to become a race driver? - Click Here
- There's even more from Ben as he also shared a bunch of new feedback on the physics of Project CARS - Click Here
- Speaking of physics, there are plenty of exciting improvements coming up on the tire physics front as outlined by Ian Bell - Click Here
- Our member YANNEBLANC has come up with with a very interesting solution to improve the experience with Fanatec wheels using Logitech drivers - Click Here
- We´ve launched the new Vehicle Reference Data Forum where everyone can post helpful reference data such as photos, videos & technical data on their favorite vehicles - Click Here
- Our Senior Vehicle Artist Daniel Karlsson has made quick progress on the upcoming Formula A, a powerful state of the art open-wheeler featuring KERS & DRS. New previews show of the highly detailed cockpit of the car - Click Here
- Bathurst continues to take shape as new previews by Sven Moll show off the progress on buildings and trackside objects - Click Here
- Looking for some eye-candy? Then check out our very busy screenshot topic where our talented members show off stunning screenshots on a daily basis - Click Here
- And last but not least, Slightly Mad Studios' sister company Gamagio has released SKiD Racer, a free, Google Chrome exclusive, racing game powered by revolutionary, fully 3D, plugin-free, browser gaming technology - Check it out here
That's it for this week, stay tuned for the next recap!
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