Take A Country Drive With Build 179

With the past two weekly development builds of Project CARS, Slightly Mad Studios have added no less than ten new tracks to their WMD-powered title.

There’s no slowing this week as Build 179 introduces a brand new type of track to Project CARS, adding even more variety to the already rich-selection of tracks in the title.

The build introduces California Highway & Azure Coast, two point-to-point country tracks located in a stunningly beautiful setting. If you need a break from circuit racing, these tracks offer the perfect opportunity for a scenic drive.

Being around 20 kilometers in length and coming with a seemingly endless string of straights, bends, hairpins and crests, these tracks are the perfect location both for a relaxing drive or pushing your favorite car to the limit.

And if country tracks aren’t your thing, the new build has you covered as well as it also introduces a first version of Sakitto, a famous Asian racing venue in a very distinctive figure-8 layout.

Of course, this isn’t nearly everything this week’s build has in store as it also contains:

  • DX11 multi-threaded deferred context rendering
  • New versions of various cars & tracks
  • Improved AI with 64 starting spots for various tracks
  • New liveries for the Palmer Jaguar JP-LM
  • Improved UI
  • and much much more..

You want to experience the stunning new tracks & features today? Then join WMD and become a Team Member to start racing within minutes!

Team Membership on Project CARS is available for a one-time payment of 25€, entitling members to a fresh build of Project CARS every Friday. For more info on membership levels, perks & system requirements, please check out the Project CARS info page.

Membership isn’t just about weekly builds though as all members get access to our busy development forums where they can follow the development of Project CARS up close, talk to our developers and contribute to the development.

So don’t wait any longer, join WMD today and experience the future of racing simulations yourself! Also, don’t forget to subscribe to the RSS feed and follow Project CARS & Slightly Mad Studios on Twitter.

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