Slightly Mad Studios and BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment are back to offer you the most intense and authentic racing experience with Project CARS 2, set for release in late 2017 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Created by gamers and tested by a team of world-class racing drivers — including two-time Le Mans winner Tommy Milner, Audi factory driver René Rast, stunt driver Ben Collins (Skyfall, Doctor Strange), and Rallycross and sim racing champion Mitchell DeJong—Project CARS 2 continues to be the choice for the world’s best Esports drivers and teams while delivering the full spectrum of motorsport racing for all levels of racers with complete freedom to choose what and where to drive. Anytime. Anywhere.
Project CARS 2 invites racers to challenge a host of online opponents, or take on lifelike AI in the most beautiful, authentically-crafted, and technically advanced racing simulation game on the planet. Race without boundaries.
Following the critical acclaim and success of Project CARS—one of the highest-rated racing games of its generation—Project CARS 2 shifts up a gear with a host of new and improved features and gameplay:
—THE PINNACLE OF AUTHENTICITY: With the largest track roster ever on console, a wide selection of over 170 licensed cars from the most iconic brands, and support for VR and 12K;
—THE HEAT OF COMPETITION: With a brand-new, fan-requested Online Championships game mode allowing racers to make and join ongoing racing leagues, Esports functionality built-in from day one (including Competitive Racing License accreditation), Director/Broadcaster integration and streaming, and an array of old and new motorsport classes including Rallycross, IndyCar, and many more;
—THE POWER OF CONDITIONS: With every tarmac, mud, gravel, and dirt-covered surface utilizing LiveTrack 3.0 featuring dynamic time of day, seasonal changes, altering atmospheric conditions, and evolution over the course of a race weekend. Fight against Mother Nature with dynamic weather that now includes snow, and take on the challenge of ice-based tracks such as Mercedes Benz Winter Training Ice Track in Sweden.
The game will be released in late 2017 for the PlayStation®4 system, Xbox One, and PC. Find out more and keep up-to-date at the official Project CARS 2 website: http://www.projectcarsgame.com
Check out the announcement trailer below.