The developers of the Slightly Mad Studios have revealed some details about the improvements that can be expected on the PlayStation 4 Pro in the forthcoming racing simulation “Project CARS 2”.
Bandai Namco Entertainment and the responsible developers of the Slightly Mad Studios will be launching the racing simulation “Project CARS 2” later this week, giving players a wide range of vehicles as well as an extensive selection of tracks in the latest racing game PlayStation 4 Pro owners can adjust to some improvements.
Meanwhile, Ian Bell, studio head of Slightly Mad Studios, has announced the benefits of PlayStation 4 Pro players. So, “Project CARS 2” on the upgraded Sony console is rendered in 2560 x 1440 pixels and then scaled to 4K. The developers will use the checkerboard rendering to make sure they are ready. However, Ian Bell has not confirmed the use of the procedure.
In addition, PlayStation 4 Pro players are given a higher visual quality, which ultimately results in additional details on the vehicles, track objects, the lawn and other content. Furthermore you use additional stretch-netting networks as well as an improved resolution and higher details in the shadows and reflections.
“Project CARS 2” will be released on September 22, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC.