The split screen comparison showcases the incredible attention to detail that is present in both games. We immediately get to see the difference in colour palette in each game, both games show off a sun baked track but it seems Project CARS has a more bluish tint whilst F1 2015 opts for a more yellowish hue, something that has been present in previous F1 games you may remember.
You can make a case for each game looking better than the other, some may not like F1 2015's colour palette, others may find Project CARS' look too dull (although you can make a case for changing the time of day to give different lighting). Of course Project CARS doesn't own the license for the Monaco track and so technically the F1 2015 track should be a more accurate representation of the famous track.
I believe both Codemasters and Slightly Mad Studios have done fantastic jobs in bringing the Monaco track to life, and let's face it, it would be boring if the two games had tracks that looked exactly the same, it's the little differences which give each game their own personalities in my opinion.
What does Project CARS do better than F1 2015 and vice versa? Which looks more appeasing to your eye?
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