Folks who have been eagerly anticipating Slightly Mad StudiosProject CARS now have another reason to look forward to the game, as the developer has today announced that the title will receive free DLC car packages every month.

The first of such offerings is the natty-sounding, Middle-East produced Lykan Hypersport supercar.

Nice. There’s nothing quite like free stuff.

You can see all the details on this lovely new promotion below, via the official press release and DLC announcement trailer.

Project CARS is set to release on PC, Wii U, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this May.

PRESS RELEASE – Announcing Free Car #1: The Lykan Hypersport

The Lykan Hypersport is one of the most exclusive and expensive cars ever to be made with additional options such as embeddable diamonds, emeralds, and sapphires being available.

It is also the first supercar to be produced in the Middle East and is the star of a breathtaking set-piece in the upcoming Furious 7 film

Capable of reaching 62mph in just 2.8 seconds, the Lykan Hypersport from W Motors has both impressive power producing 740 bhp with a top speed of 245mph whilst also showcasing breathtaking styling and futuristic technology such as a holographic mid-air dashboard.

Project CARS Creative Director, Andy Tudor, commented “we are immensely pleased to have this awesome machine in the game and to give fans the chance to get behind the wheel of a truly amazing vehicle. The Lykan Hypersport represents the first of a series of free cars we’ll be giving away every month as a thank you to our fans for being so patient for the launch of the game. We’ll have more info on the full schedule of further content for Project CARS soon but we hope that this is a great sneak peek of just one way in which Project CARS is going to expand in the future.”

The Lykan Hypersport can be seen in Project CARS in May and in Furious 7 on April 3rd.


Source: AGB

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