Project Cars 3 Revealed, Might Just Be The Best Racing Sim Come This Summer (3)

Project CARS 3 is a few months old at this point, and it’s time to start refreshing its content. Developer Slightly Mad Studios is beginning to implement paid DLC, with the first season pass pack launching today, November 3. It contains an array of content for the game, and thankfully, some free DLC is dropping today too.

That free content drop is the Yas Marina Circuit, which is based in Abu Dhabi. This racetrack will be available for free to all Project CARS 3 owners. If you picked up the season pass, there’s more to come as well. The Legends pack launches today, containing three cars, each with a full race conversion kit. The DLC welcomes three 90s Japanese sports cars to the mix: the 1994 Toyota Supra mkIV Turbo, the 1994 Mazda Rx-7 R2, and the 1997 Acura NSX. The DLC also houses a bunch of new events, achievements and customization options for players on all supported platforms.

Sixteen themed events in fact, along with 12 liveries, 20 decals, 10 tires, 10 license plates, five race numbers, five new rims, and five patterns for plenty more car customization. One new character also drops in the Legends Pack, who has 10 new outfits and 10 new helmet choices. The Legends Pack is the first of four DLC packs for Project CARS 3. It’s available standalone and as part of the game’s season pass.

What’s around the corner

Speaking of which, Slightly Mad Studios also hints at what’s to come in the upcoming season pass packs. The Style Pack will launch in December, whereas the Power Pack and Electric Pack will drop in 2021. Each upcoming add-on will contain similar contents to the Legends Pack. That means brand new cars and a bunch of additional customization options. The developer also says that each paid content drop will coincide with a free racetrack, available for all Project CARS 3 players.

The Project CARS 3 Legends Pack is available now.

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