project cars

Oh god it’s going to crash into my face.

You’ll never guess what’s included in the Project Cars limited edition release; yes, a book! Oh okay, and some cars as well. The book is in there too though, I wasn’t making that up.

We’ll get to the book in a moment, but I’d imagine anybody interested in a game like Project Cars will want to know which cars are added extras in the limited edition. They are these cars:

Ford GT40 Mk IV: winner of 1967 Le Mans 24H
BMW M1 Pro Car: driven by legendary pilots such as Niki Lauda and Nelson Piquet
McLaren F1: the legendary supercar from the historic manufacturer
Sauber C9: the late 80s dominant prototype
Mercedes-Benz AMG C-Coupe DTM: one of the most competitive DTM cars today

You can see an image of the 1967 Ford above. I chose it because the front headlights make it look sort of like a giant fly.

The limited edition comes in a steel case and includes the aforementioned book, which has the slightly unfortunate title of Project Cars: By Racers 4 Racers. Now look, that’s not going to help increase literacy rates, is it? Unless they mean the book was written by four racers and just forgot a comma.

But enough about stupid grammar, let’s talk pre-orders. Can you guess what the pre-order extras a … yes, fine, it’s cars. These cars:

–       Ruf CTR3 SMS-R
–       Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster
–       Ariel Atom 3 Mugen!

If you want to know more about those, I’d recommend going over to the extensive Project Cars pre-order page, which has lots of lovely technical detail on it. Also lots of logos from retailers who’d love for you to buy the game sight-unseen. I couldn’t find the price for the limited edition version on there though, which is a bit annoying.

Project Cars is coming out in November. Here’s an advert for the limited edition stuff.

Peter Parrish

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