Project Cars 3 (PS4)
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- Merk: Namco Bandai
- Vanaf 3 jaar en ouder
- Geschikt voor Playstation 4
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Project CARS 3 is de derde aflevering in de bestverkochte franchise die de spanning en opwinding van racen naar je toe brengt. Begin aan een uitzonderlijke carrière die je van een weekendchauffeur tot een levende legende zal brengen. Met een volledig opnieuw ontworpen, ongeëvenaarde gameplay-ervaring, nauwkeurigere bediening dan ooit tevoren en aanpasbare instellingen voor elk coureursniveau en elk weerelement, is Project CARS 3 het meest authentieke en opwindende deel in de ultieme racefranchise.
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The graphics are frankly a bit of a mess. On certain angles/ tracks they look almost Playstation 2 standard. The lighting off the cars looks terrible at times. Given the fine graphics quality of PC2 which came out in 2017, poor graphics on it's 2020 sequel are frankly a mystery and as mentioned before can only by explained by rushed final production caused by Covid-19.
The handling has been made easier for those with a gamepad at the expense of the steering wheel, but even with the pad it now feels like an arcade game rather than the gritty sim racer which PC2 was. The move was made most probably to bring aboard a new crowd who found the realism of the past game too difficult to handle, but the game feels worse off as a result.
The car selection has made no great stride forwards and in some cases has gone backwards. Indycar no longer has an 'oval' aerodynamic setup, making a run-through of the 500 (which was a great aspect of PC2) seem almost pointless. Some additions are positive, like Formula E, but these positives are few and far between.
The career mode in a joke. The interface looks like a mobile game and the buying of credits to 'unlock' new vehicles seems ridiculous and not in line as all with a standard professional motorsports career progression. PC2 had it nailed, with the need to compete in a variety of championships lower down the order to progress to more prestigious competitions. But the developers, in their wisdom, threw that out for something far, far inferior.
In summary, I hope Project Cars 3 has a series of serious updates in the pipeline before I abandon my copy to Ebay. This could start with improved touches to the graphics engine and the addition of new vehicles like the Indycar with speedway aerodynamics which was available before on PC2. My advice is to wait until these much-needed upgrades are apparent (or not) before spending your hard-earned cash on this game.
I have PC1 & PC2 along with the Logitech G29 wheel and pedal setup for my PS4. These racing games / simulations have given hours of fun, downtime, excitement and pleasure over the last few years and I was incredibly excited when I was able to pre order PC3. After the work and care that Slightly Mad Studios had put into the first two installments, PC3 was surely going to be my go to disc whenever I had some free time. I have never felt as disappointed and deflated in a purchase as I have with this. If you're after a beautifully rendered and accurate sim racing game that builds on its predecessor then look elsewhere. If you want to be transported to a noisy arcade in Blackpool in the 90s then you're in for a treat. PC3 is closer to Outrun than the previous 2 incarnations. I thought 2020 couldn't have got any more strange until now. Save your money and visit the seaside, you'll feel much better for it.
There was a 33GB update available, to version 1.07 which would take at least an hour to download, so I started playing the unpatched version and the experience was as expected - rough. The frame rate was poor, graphics blurry and glitchy and the menu system looked like a mobile game. BUT... the handling was excellent.
So, the download finished and I installed it. I was greeted with new loading screens, an improved menu system. Rotatable cars in the livery editor, and a much improved framerate. The game is now pretty much fixed. The only thing is a few slight framerate issues. A 30fps lock would be a good addition but it’s so much better than it was without the patch that it’s not critical.
The way I would describe it now is that the game was unacceptable and is now acceptable enough that anyone thinking of buying it should only need to consider the departure in style to a more arcadey type of game and whether that’s for them or not.
Oh, and the music is amazing.
I tried my best to give this title a shot I really did, I put around 15 or so hours into it, but I just couldn't carry on any more, it looks ok.... I mean it didn't blow me away but considering the year we're all having, ok will do (for now!) there's the usual array of cars that you would expect from such a game, with most of the major manufactures represented. The game also comes with a good range of tracks with lots of interesting settings although due to the short length of most of the races you don't really get the chance to enjoy them.
The customisation feature did give me some problems, after finishing the first race I decided use my earned credits and up grade my car but this put me in trouble because unknown to me if your car exceeds the race class you can't use it for that race so in this case when I up graded my civic I couldn't carry on with the road E races and instead the game just keep on sending me to the showroom to buy a new car which of course I didn't have the credits for..... eventually I managed to navigate my way back to the upgrade screen and luckily for me I still had enough credits to down grade the car back to the original specs...... This is just one example of the *loops" that are to be found in this game.
But my biggest moan is the sheer lack of connection between me the player, the car and the track, everything just seems so unconnected and disjointed....... it's hard to explain but I just wasn't able to get involved with it, there was no feeling there....
As I said at the start I gave it ago but in the end was left feeling disappointed, this game seemed to tick all of the boxes but failed to deliver....... ah well I guess i just have to wait for GT 7