As the first week of May bashes down our doors, it brings with it some new game releases to please our thirsty gaming souls.
Racing enthusiasts will finally get their taste of the highly-anticipated Project Cars, which launches this week.
Developed by Slightly Mad Studios, Project Cars will feature 110 courses and 30 locations for players to race in. These are based on real locations around the world, including Nürburgring in Germany, Zhuhai International Circuit in China, Chesterfield in the United Kingdom, and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France.
The game will run on 1080p on PlayStation 4, 900p on Xbox One, and up to 12K on the PC. Both console editions will run at 60 frames-per-second, while the framerate on the PC version will be dependent on the hardware.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood (digital edition)
Before the New Order, there was The Old Blood – well, that’s according to what the new standalone Wolfenstein expansion says, which throws players into 1946 Germany before the events of last year’s big Wolfenstein reboot.
Wolfenstein: The Old Blood changes little from the basic gameplay of The New Order, but of course, there will be new weapons, locales and enemies for B.J. Blazkowicz to blow to kingdom come.
More game releases this week:
Project Cars (PC, Xbox One, PS4)
Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition (PC)
Puzzle and Dragons Z + Puzzle and Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition (3DS)
Kirby and The Rainbow Paintbrush (Wii U)