Project CARS
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Big news for all Slightly Mad-based Project Cars fans. It seems like the game has now been treated to one of its biggest updates ever that brings the brand new Audi Ruapuna Track into the title, aside a host of new cars for fans to choose from.

The brand new circuit, the Ruapuna Park, is one of the most unique looking circuits that you will ever come across in a racing simulator, similar to this one. The circuit is a short and twisty course that's been built in Christchurch, New Zealand.

In case you didn't know, the circuit operates under the name of Mike Pero Motorsport Park and plays host to a number of such races that take place in the country's busy motorsport season.

Apart from that, the Audis that have been introduced into the game as part of the fresh content seem pretty impressive.

There's now the likes of the muscular MSA GTO Audi 90, apart from the LMP Audi R8 that proved its worth with an incredible run of victories at Le Mans at the turn of the century, and also the beautiful R18 e-Tron Quattro that claimed victory at La Sarthe last year.

The new additions made to Project Cars come as part of Project Cars 'On Demand' service that doesn't require players to grab a season pass beforehand, and is currently available on Steam. The game is also available for PS4 and Xbox One.

Check out the video below to take a note of the new Audis introduced into the mix.

Stay tuned for more updates!

[Source: Eurogamer]

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