This Company May Take Driving Games to a Whole New Level

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The guys behind the Need For Speed Shift series are back and they intend to blow current driving games out of the water.

If you are a fan of EA's "Need for Speed" video game franchise, you are probably familiar with the name Slightly Mad Studios. The London based developer is behind the popular SHIFT series. They are now back to share information on their latest game entitled Project CARS, and based on the gallery of untouched photos they have released, they are aiming to drastically improve the graphics of today's popular driving games like Forza, Need For Speed, and Gran Turismo.

We are not huge gamers here, but we are having trouble telling the difference if these are computer graphics or pictures of real cars. The game will also feature more than 10 gaming modes allowing the player to compete in Karting, Rally, Touring Cars, Open-Wheel, GT, Le- Mans and more. In addition, users will be able to generate their own content such as creating liveries, decals, tuning setups, and building custom events. Cloud-based gaming will be there as well so you can form and manage teams, play co-op, or best of all, yell at complete strangers as you play. The game will be available for Wii U, PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Steam OS in the fall.

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