Today Sony Computer Entertainment and Slightly Mad Studios released a few screenshots of the PS4 version of the beautiful Project CARS, and many immediately wondered if they were real screenshots from the game, or if some kind of trick was used to get that kind of visual glitz.
Slightly Mad Studios Creative Director Andy Tudor cleared the issue in the comments:
All screenshots were taken simply by pausing the game during gameplay and taking a screenshot.
No special modes or dev team-only features or downscaling from some huge resolution – just the same functionality that you the players will have too.
Tudor also had good news for those that intend to play the game with a DualShock 4, and don’t want to go through the (normally fairly considerable) expense of purchasing a good racing wheel:
Hey there Otto, the DualShock 4 is a fantastic controller and we’re ensuring that it not only feels great playing with it but it’s also competitive against those that prefer wheels.
Speaking of controls, he also confirmed on Twitter that the game will include a button mapping feature.
If you want to see the screenshots I’m talking about, you can check them out in the gallery below, including a few that weren’t included in the PlayStation Blog post. Beautiful, aren’t they?