Project Cars 3 - Tuscany and Monument Canyon Gameplay (Road E/D/C/B/A Class Races)

Project Cars 3 will be released for the public next week but thanks to Slightly Mad Studios I am already able to try the game now and showcase some of its content for you guys. Here you can see some close road car races against AI on the different Tuscany and Monument Canyon layouts. Tuscany and Monument Canyon are the new fictional countryside track locations in Project Cars 3 and I am showing races in 5 different road car classes, from Road E to Road A.

0:00 Monument Canyon River Run with 1999 Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R (Road E)
4:23 Tuscany Salketti Vineyards with 2019 Alpine A110S (Road D)
8:04 Monument Canyon Array Peak with 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray (Road C)
12:12 Tuscany Collina Town with 2004 Porsche Carrera GT (Road B)
17:18 Monument Canyon Mesa View with 2020 Radical RXC Turbo (Road A)

Project Cars 3 features a large number of tracks, with most of them being real life tracks. However, there are also a few fictional ones. Tuscany and Monument Canyon are two new track locations in the game, with Tuscany having 2 and Monument Canyon having 3 different layouts. Monument Canyon might be inspired by Ambush Canyon from NFS Shift.

There are 6 different road car classes in the game with Road E, D, C, B, A and Hypercar. In this video I am showcasing all of the classes from Road E to Road A, going from slow to fast. Most cars in the game are known from other racing games but there are also a couple of 2020 models like the Corvette C8 and the latest Radical RXC. You also get to drive the Porsche Carrera GT with an open roof in this game.

My first impression of Project Cars 3 is rather positive. The cars can be controlled very well with gamepad, which was not the case for me in Project Cars 1 and 2. There are also a lot more tracks and cars in the game than in last year's Grid game and there are daily, weekly and monthly leaderboard challenges. I will probably be making a bunch of videos in this game over the coming weeks and months, so make sure to follow the channel if you are interested in it.

I may even be able to do some early access live streams as well, so if you don't want to miss those, then make sure to also follow me on my live stream channel here:
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