The developers from Slightly Mad Studios have taken to the official PlayStation blog to reveal more details about the upcoming project. In particular, the team outlined the new player progression system.
he core of the player’s progress in Project Cars 3 is how you acquire XP. Whether you are racing in career mode and trying your mettle against the new AI or taking on other players in multiplayer or even just messing around in Breakout Mode, you will always be earning XP. Driving cleanly and skillfully will provide your XP a boost.
The goal with XP is to fill your level bar: each time you do that, you earn a cash reward, and levelling up also unlocks more cars in the showroom that you can now buy with your hard-earned credits.
This new player progression system has resulted in Career events having different vehicle requirements. With 192 events, you’re looking at over 40 hours of racing to complete your motorsport journey, so you’ll need to acquire a lot of cars to complete all the objectives. Or you can just keep upgrading your own hero car and see how far up the motorsport ladder you can go with it.
Project CARS 3 is coming to PC, PS4 and Xbox One on August 28.