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Posted: Aug 4, 2023 @ 07:55 am GMT-0600
Updated: Mar 12, 2024 @ 11:58 pm GMT-0600
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If you didn’t see my interview with Ian Bell this week, finally confirming “GTRevival” as the official name of the product Straight4 Studios are working on, then you should certainly check it out. Ian’s answers detailed the first studio he setup, early modding years, imperfections of Project Cars 2 and finally tells the slightly sad rather than Slightly Mad story of Project Cars 3 that I was certainly curious about.

But, equally important for those of us who like to race retro cars more than modern ones, Straight4’s newsletter this month seems to squish the belief that the new sim would be a modern GT3 simulator that stemmed from the first screenshot by including the following text and image:

Some of you who follow Ian on social may have seen the GT3 we’re talking about. Next job (happening now) is for the dev’ team to bring in the next batch of cars into the sim. We can’t name ’em (well, aside from Ian, so keep an eye on his social channel because that’s what we do too!) but it’ll represent a proper cross-section of the kinds of cars and eras you can expect to land with the upcoming WMD program. (And no, none of these are modern-era GT3s.) And if you promise not to tell anyone, here’s a little show of something we’re all itching to get our hands on in-game with our new physics model. (And again, nope, we’re not confirming what car that is so don’t ask! Those who enjoyed GTR though will recognize the mythical icon from the early noughties.)

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