Just as the first game did two years ago, Project Cars 2 is set to wow players with its stunning visuals, excellent sound design, and extreme levels of simulation.
The game will also have demo on the E3 2017 showroom floor, for those lucky enough to be attending the event. With nine motorsport disciplines to choose from, a racing career has never been more rewarding or challenging.
There's the Limited Edition available only through GAME in the United Kingdom, a Collector's Edition with a snazzy model of the McLaren 720S and Season Pass and the Ultra Edition available only through Amazon. This seems to indicate a more free path for building up your career, starting from karts and working your way up. That's now broadened with the inclusion of rallying and Rallycross, both of which have been made possible by an overhauled vehicle physics and tyre simulation model.
"Project CARS 2" will offer more than 60 locations and 170 cars to race on them, doubling that of its predecessor. The firm has been sticking with that phrase for a while, but we now know it'll be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC worldwide on the 22 September 2017.
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