Project CARS Goes Gold, Includes Over 110 Different Courses

With the final release dates confirmed, developer Slightly Mad Studios announced today that Project CARS has completed development and officially gone gold.

Studio Head Ian Bell talked about going gold:

After months of intense work on what will certainly be THE ultimate racing experience, we’re extremely happy to confirm that Project CARS has now gone gold and will release in EMEA territories on May 7, 2015. We know the wait for the game to be released was worth it, as we’re confident the quality and realism level we have achieved will provide our fans with the game they are all expecting. Finally, we are also delighted to reveal the final track list. With more than 30 locations, Project CARS offers the largest track roster of any recent racing game.

Speaking of that track roster, there are over 30 unique locations and over 110 different courses. You can check out the full track listing over here, which includes Nurburgring from Germany, Zhuhai from China, Cadwell Park from the UK, the 20km long Nordschleife, and many more.

As the game description adds, Project CARS includes “a huge variety of motorsports to play, a freeform and authentic career mode, world-class graphics and handling, dynamic time of day & weather, and a suite of community features and connectivity that leave the competition behind in the dust.”

Project CARS launches for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 7 in Europe and May 12 in North America, while PC players everywhere get it on May 7.

[Source: Project CARS (1), (2)]