Project CARS Will Be Brought To SteamOS / Linux
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 6 November 2013 at 01:10 PM EST. 14 Comments
The Project CARS racing simulation video game out of Slightly Mad Studios has been confirmed now as a title that's coming to Linux via Valve's SteamOS.

Slightly Mad Studios announced today that beyond supporting Windows, Xbox One, and the PlayStation 4, the game studio has decided to support SteamOS too! The Project Community Assisted Racing Simulator has received a decent amount of attention thus far though the title isn't even appearing until about one year from now. The game powered by the Madness Engine will be released in Q4'2014 and should be exciting for those who have been into the Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport racing titles.

Confirmation of Project CARS heading to SteamOS can be found via WMDPortal.com. More information on the game is available from its official project page.
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