Fanatec has put out a press release announcing a new agreement with Microsoft to make racing wheels and accessories for the Xbox One console.
Earlier today, I managed to get my first hands on time with demos of both Xbox One and PS4 versions of Project CARS at Eurogamer’s EGX event in London. I also managed to have a brief conversation with Lee Kirton, who is a long time member of the Slightly Mad Studios team. Continue reading
** Updated: Slightly Mad Studios has now officially confirmed the release dates of the Microsoft Windows, PS4 and Xbox One versions of Project CARS as 21st November in Europe and 18th November in the United States **
Eagerly anticipated sim racer, Project CARS, has finally been given a concrete UK release date on Microsoft Windows, PS4 and Xbox One platforms.
Turn 10 has announced its final batch of cars for Forza Motorsport 5.
Although 3 Formula One cars (both past and present) are included in the game, regular fans may be more interested in the cars that haven’t made the final list, rather than the new additions.
The Xbox One Tour hit London last week, and I was lucky enough to get hold of a ticket for the Shoreditch event.