Racing fans have a new game to look forward to that comes in by Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios. Fans of the original game and newcomers alike will be getting Project Cars 2 later this year, which not only brings VR and 12K support but over 170 cars and 60 tracks. The game is slated to release across PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Project Cars 2 will sport a brand new fan requested Online Championships game mode and racing disciplines like ice, dirt, snow and mud racing. The second game plans to bring GT touring cars, endurance prototypes and exotic hypercars, delivering a wide variety of motorsport cars and tracks to race on.
If you are new to the series, the game strives to reach the pinnacle of authenticity, allowing players to race fine-tuned cars with precise physics, challenging AI, and dynamic real-time vehicle and weather-surface conditions.
Furthermore, the mechanics and driving may see some changes differing from the first Project Cars in that the devs want more e-Sports mechanics in the second title to bring more competitive play to the core game. I’m not sure how this will turn out in the long run, but that’s what they have in mind while building the game.
Looking over to other features set to make it in the second title consists of all new vehicle types, motorsport classes, old favorites like Rallycross and IndyCars, and much more.
Set to feature a full 24-hour cycle, each map will be altered by dynamic weather, tire physics, and surface deformities that will change how a race plays out. Additionally LiveTrack 3.0 will change how a car handles and performs throughout a race. Other features included consist of VR support, and 12K enhancement that is only available for PC.
Before signing out, folks who wish to snag the first Project Cars will be able to for free as part of the Games With Gold deal, which applies to those who have an Xbox Live Gold membership.
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