Want a racing sim that looks like the real thing? Project Cars might just be the game for you.

Slightly Mad Studios has released a new trailer for its upcoming racer Project Cars that flaunts the level of realism the team are pushing for with the game.

Project Cars had been slated to arrive in November last year, but Slightly Mad pushed the game back to March to allow the game to release during a less competitive period and add that all important level of polish.

For those seduced by the iextra immersion to be had by strapping a screen to your face (the driving seat of a car being a metaphor that immediately lends itself to Virtual Reality), Project Cars will also be supporting Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus VR headsets.

Project Cars will be out for PC, PS4 and Xbox One from 17th March in the US and 21st March in the UK. Versions for WIi U and SteamOS/Linux are also expected to be released some time in 2015.

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