In a new FAQ about upcoming racing game Project Cars, developer Slightly Mad Studios has revealed resolution and frame rate details for the gorgeous-looking title.
Here's quick breakdown, courtesy of Slightly Mad:
In September 2014, Slightly Mad said it was aiming for both the PS4 and Xbox One editions of Project Cars to run at 1080p, but it now appears the developer was not able to pull it off for Microsoft's new console.
Resolution and frame rate details for the Wii U edition of Project Cars will be announced later.
Slightly Mad also announced that Project Cars will not feature a split-screen mode. "In order to achieve the target of 60 frames per second, there is no split-screen mode," the developer explained.
As for why Project Cars is not coming to Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3, Slightly Mad said those platforms' technical specifications aren't good enough to deliver an uncompromised version of the game.
After its third delay, Project Cars is now scheduled to launch in mid-May for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. A release date for the Wii U version has not been announced.
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