Project Cars 3 Update: New DLC, Lake Valley course, Nissan 400Z & more!

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Project Cars 3's latest DLC pack arrives soon, as well as a new update at some point today.

This will be the third DLC, and excitingly, also includes a track that will be free for everyone.

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So, let's take a look at today's update, as well as the DLCs confirmed contents!

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Update

Today's update will add the content to the game from the DLC as well as a new free circuit.

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NEW LOCATIONS: Lake Valley has an oval circuit also!

The update will be a whopping 5GB, so make sure you've got the space and that you're ready for the update to drop.

We don't yet have an exact time for the update, although we are hoping that it arrives earlier rather than later.

Lake Valley

For those who aren't purchasing the DLC, there is still reason to celebrate, all players will receive the Lake Valley circuit.

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LAKE VALLEY: The new circuit has 4 separate variants for players to race on!

This circuit promises to bring some new racing action to the game, and as racing fans, a new circuit to race on can never be a bad thing!

Excitingly, we also know that the circuit will have 4 separate layouts for races, including an oval layout. So, this single new circuit will bring us 4 new ways to race!

Power Pack DLC

The reason for the update as a whole is the arrival of a new DLC pack. As aforementioned, the track will be free for everyone, but the pack itself will cost £7.99 or $9.99.

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TIME TO GET RACING: Project Cars 3 has some great racing!

However, there will also be 4 new cars. One of these, the Nissan 400Z, is making a global debut!

Other vehicles include a Nissan 370Z, a Nissan Silvia S15 and a Toyota Sprinter Trueno. Each of these vehicles also has a race modification upgrade, the 400Z being adorned with the classic IMSA livery.