Slightly Mad Studios has released the Project Cars 3 update 1.12 May 3 patch, and this is for Update 5 which is due tomorrow! This brings DLC 4 alongside a free track for racers and more. Check out the details for it below.
Project Cars 3 Update 1.12 May 3 Patch Notes (Update 5):
Note: the actual DLC 4 and update is scheduled tomorrow, with the data available today (which is standard practice for lots of studios). So expect the new stuff to be unlocked by Slightly Mad tomorrow, alright?
We asked our community to vote for their favourite add-on track since the release of Project CARS 3. The choice was between Yas Marina Circuit, Bahrain International Circuit, and Lake Valley Speedway.
And that’s exactly how they lined up once we tallied up the votes—so congrats to Yas Marina Circuit.
I suspect, though, that the next free track, coming on Tuesday, may well have had a say in the final results.
The Last Run in the Dunes
We suspect some of you will have already guessed which track is coming in next week’s update, so get ready for a rollercoaster ride around an undulating circuit that has hosted everything from classic single-seater action, to modern GT races. It’s a venue we’ve wanted to add to the Project CARS franchise for a long time, and we can’t wait for you to get your hands on it.
Here’s a clue; what does Tarzan, Prince, and the Lotus 49 have in common?
And Season 7
Update 5 will also feature the complete livery set for the current season of for Formula E, all approved and licensed by each Formula E team. Get the latest liveries for each of the 24 cars and 12 teams that compete in the 2020–21 ABB FIA Formula E World Championship and get racing in the world’s most-watched EV series (and fastest growing motorsport championship).
Must come to an end …
That’s about it for Project Cars 3’s latest patch! This is the last DLC for Project Cars 3, though we can (maybe) expect a title update or two to drop for gameplay and technical fixes from time to time.
If there are more detailed game changes, we’ll update the post.
Source: Project Cars