Check out Slightly Mad Studios’ stylish racer ahead of its impending launch
Hi there guys, Andy Tudor here from Slightly Mad Studios. I hope everyone had a great holiday and New Year! Normally the holidays are a welcome time to relax with friends and family, eat turkey, celebrate over a couple of drinks, and watch some movies but there’s no rest for the wicked unfortunately – we were hard at work getting Project CARS ready for launch in just a few short months!
Having made the decision to get players like yourselves involved in the creation of the game right from day one, you’re finally going to get your hands on what we believe is truly the most technically-advanced, beautiful, intense and authentic racing game there’s ever been! YOU have tested it, YOU have guided its direction telling us what features, cars, tracks and much more to put in, and ultimately YOU have been approving it at every step of the way so that it’s truly the racing game of your dreams.
For those still wondering why they should get Project CARS, here’s a quick rundown of what to expect…
Take a look at the year-end digital sales charts for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita
As regular readers will no doubt be aware, every month the EU PlayStation Blog brings you the PlayStation Store sales charts. Today, for the first time, they have published the charts for the whole year. The below lists show which titles sold the most units during 2014. PS Plus downloads are not included.
A few extra titbits for you: the PS3 version of Minecraft was the biggest selling SKU across all platforms, whereas the PS4 version of Grand Theft Auto V made the most revenue. Red Barrels‘ PS4 survival horror Outlast was the biggest selling independent title, and the original Crash Bandicoot outsold everything on the PS3 chart, with the exception of Minecraft (though it wouldn’t have made the top 10 on PS4).
Without further ado...