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Slightly Mad Studios has released a new batch of screenshots for Project Cars that shows off the game’s fully-dynamic weather engine.

The engine allows for everything from rain drops to full on storms, and isn’t just for show—Cars will react to every condition just as they do in real life, so be sure to take it easy on those rain-soaked corners. Also, every single weather condition will be available on each of the game’s 60 plus tracks.

“Newly-added features to the fully-dynamic weather engine include rain droplets, riplets and godrays, creating stunningly-beautiful weather conditions as you can check out in the new gallery below,” the developer explains. “Players shouldn’t take too much time to admire the beautiful conditions though as the fully dynamic weather & time of day engine will keep drivers on their toes as Project CARS simulates every condition mother nature throws at real race drivers out on track.

“From day to night, from sunshine to torrential rain and everything in between, players will be able to prove themselves in a variety of conditions, requiring not only skillful driving but also the right pit strategy decisions to make it to the checkered flag.”

Project Cars is set to launch in November for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with a Wii U and SteamOS release to follow in 2015.

 

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Project Cars’ fully-dynamic weather engine shown off in these new screens

By Matthew Bennett | 07/25/2014 07:04 AM PT

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Slightly Mad Studios has released a new batch of screenshots for Project Cars that shows off the game’s fully-dynamic weather engine.

The engine allows for everything from rain drops to full on storms, and isn’t just for show—Cars will react to every condition just as they do in real life, so be sure to take it easy on those rain-soaked corners. Also, every single weather condition will be available on each of the game’s 60 plus tracks.

“Newly-added features to the fully-dynamic weather engine include rain droplets, riplets and godrays, creating stunningly-beautiful weather conditions as you can check out in the new gallery below,” the developer explains. “Players shouldn’t take too much time to admire the beautiful conditions though as the fully dynamic weather & time of day engine will keep drivers on their toes as Project CARS simulates every condition mother nature throws at real race drivers out on track.

“From day to night, from sunshine to torrential rain and everything in between, players will be able to prove themselves in a variety of conditions, requiring not only skillful driving but also the right pit strategy decisions to make it to the checkered flag.”

Project Cars is set to launch in November for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, with a Wii U and SteamOS release to follow in 2015.

 

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89