See Project CARS 2 Running in 4K on Ultra With Single GTX 1080




/ 4 years ago

See Project CARS 2 Running in 4K on Ultra With Single GTX 1080

Project cars may not have been as much fun as I had hoped, but you have to admit, it’s one incredible looking racer. With Project Cars 2 on the horizon, Nvidia and Slightly Mad Studios are keen to show off the games visual prowess. Nvidia demonstrated the game running at 4K resolution, with ultra settings applied, and hitting a solid 60FPS using the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080. That’s right, not even the new GTX 1080 Ti, so we’re sure the new card should be able to ace this test.

“Class-leading visuals defined by a 1:1 digital craftsmanship, precision physics, and dynamic real-time vehicle, surface, and seasonal conditions. Go beyond reality and experience true-to-life driving immersion with VR and 12K resolution support. Project CARS 2 is as exhilarating and challenging to play as it is state-of-the-art” – SMS

The game does look pretty slick, and while we know it has visual improvements, we’re hoping they remember to put some of the fun back into the game too. What features are you hoping to see in Project Cars 2?

Check out the video below, and remember to let us know what you think in the comments section below!

“Project Cars 2 is coming soon to PC! Take an early look at the gameplay in full 4K 60fps goodness. Captured on GeForce® GTX 1080 at Ultra Settings.”

  • Over 170 licensed cars from the most iconic brands
  • The largest track roster of any console racing game including ice and dirt tracks
  • New vehicle types and motorsport classes including Rallycross, IndyCar, and Oval
  • Dynamic time of day, weather, and new seasonal conditions
  • New Online Championships mode
  • LiveTrack 3.0 powers dynamic surface conditions that affect vehicle performance and handling, and evolves the track over the course of a race weekend
  • Esports built-in from day one with full ranking, and broadcasting/streaming functionality
  • Bleeding-edge tire physics, advanced AI, and intuitive gamepad control
  • VR, 12K, 21:9, and triple-screen support built-in

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