We now have the latest gameplay of the Xbox One version of Project Cars thanks to Team VVV. The perspective switches between cockpit, hood, 3rd person, and cinematic viewpoint, though the latter is only accessible in replays of races. Weather can change as a race continues, with the video showing clouds progressing into overcast. The trigger rumble featured in Forza 5 is unfortunately not present, though may be patched in later.
The Xbox One edition is also more sensitive to steering and gas pressure compared to the PlayStation 4 version, with the commentator referencing that he used the same cars previously played in the PS4 version for the best comparisons. However, this is still the version of the game without a patch, so certain differences may be tweaked in the patch.
Originally announced in 2013, Project Cars has seen numerous delays and is finally set to release in the beginning of May for Europe, Australia, UK,and North America in that order. Developer Slightly Mad Studios used a unique approach to creating the game, mainly relying on the community to help develop and fund the title. You can find 16 minutes of Project Cars gameplay below.