Project CARS 3 DLC Pack Adds Legendary Japanese Cars

Project CARS 3 gets an all Japanese DLC pack available today. Brining the most legendary cars ever produced in Japan, including the highly requested Toyota Supra and Mazda RX-7. Along with cars, players will also have a famous race track based in the Middle East.

Project CARS 3 DLC Pack Adds Legendary Japanese CarsProject CARS 3 has received DLC content, including three Japanese cars and a famous circuit. This is a big step up for the game, despite the reduced content compared to previous DLC’s. Slightly Mad Studios has given the JDM fans the most iconic cars from East Asia, however, it’s only three unique cars, while the previous title used to have nine cars in each DLC pack. Nevertheless, it’s a welcomed addition to the game. Have a look at the list of content below:

  • 1994 Toyota Supra MkIV Turbo
  • 1994 Mazda RX-7 R2
  • 1997 Acura NSX
  • Yas Marina circuit (FREE)

All cars can be converted into both street and race versions, making them somewhat unique, but the model is still the same. Not only do we have new cars, but there’s also a race track coming, Yas Marina, free for all players. A couple of months ago, a Slight Mad Studios developer stated on Discord that free tracks would come to the game. Nothing specific, but the rumors appeared to be true. Yas Marina is a race track with only 10 years of history but well known within the world of Formula 1. With very tricky corners and high-speed straights, this track is definitely a great addition to the game. And it’s free for everyone! Along with the vehicles, there is also new customisation coming, such as new decals, rims and tires. All the new content is included in the season pass. 

Lastly, there’s a long list of bug fixes for the game that improves the overall experience. As most players would wish, some physics improvements. Unfortunately, there are no physics improvements, only graphics and minor details. However, more updates will come in the future with even more cars, bug fixes and hopefully tracks.

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