Project Cars 3 -- the next entry in the series -- is launching at the end of this month. The racing sim title arrives on August 27, and those gearing up to play it on PC will want to know what system requirements they will need to run it. Given how lovely Project Cars 3 looks, there will be some high specifications needed to help it run properly. Let's get behind the wheel, start the ignition, and take a look. Project Cars 3 minimum specifications Operating System - Windows 10 or specific versions of Windows 7Processor - 3.5 GHz Intel Core i5 3450 or 4.0 GHz AMD FX-8350Memory - 8 GB RAMGraphics - GTX680 or equivalentDirectX - Version 11Storage - 50 GBAdditional Notes - For VR or triple screen use, GTX980 or equivalent It will come as no surprise that Project Cars 3's minimum specs are in the higher tier of system requirements. You won't get by with an Intel Pentium processor or 4 GB of RAM, so ensure you have anything similar to the above if you want to run it at its base level. Project Cars 3 recommended specifications Operating System - Windows 10Processor - Intel i7 8700k or AMD Ryzen 7 2700XMemory - 16 GB RAMGraphics - Nvidia RTX 2070 or AMD RX5700DirectX - Version 11Storage - 50 GBAdditional Notes - For VR or triple screen use, RTX 2070 or equivalent As you will have guessed, playing the game at its optimum quality will require a huge increase in memory, a much faster processor, and a better graphics card. Windows 7 won't cut it either, so make sure you have Windows 10 installed. At the time of writing, you've got two weeks until Project Cars 3 is released. If you need to upgrade your hardware, now is the perfect time to do so.