Introducing The Project CARS API

A new weekly development build of Project CARS has been released this weekend, introducing a brand new feature – The Project CARS API.

The new API allows Project CARS to communicate with third party devices, giving programmers & hardware designers sheer endless possibilities to make their product work with the WMD-powered title.

The API feeds telemetry & other data to devices such as tachometers, motion simulators, Buttkickers, shift lights and more. How about a neat scoring or telemetry application on your phone or tablet? It’s all possible with the new Project CARS API!

All that’s required for prorgammers to make their software work with Project CARS is this file, a small sample project to get everyone started is available as well. And just in case you need some support with your project, we have opened a brand new section dedicated to working with the API in the WMD forums as well.

This technical stuff isn’t for you? No need to worry! The new build has also introduced two brand new cars that are ready for a first test drive – The 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X FQ-400 and the 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302R1.

Project CARS is coming to the PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and Wii U in 2014. Until then, keep checking back for much more stunning previews in the months to come.

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