Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios have cooked up a new trailer showing Project Cars 2. Accompanying said news comes some info detailing the game and what fans can expect when E3 rolls around for gamers to experience. Project Cars 2 is set to release worldwide across PC, PS4 and Xbox One on September 22nd, 2017.
If you have no idea as to what Project Cars 2 aims to deliver the official description explaining the game and core content that is currently in development lies below for your reading pleasure.
“With over 180 iconic cars, the largest track roster on console, and 9 motorsport disciplines to choose from, Project CARS 2 is the home of motorsport in the most beautiful, authentically-crafted, and technically-advanced racing simulation game on the planet. Built for players of all skill levels, drivers will experience unparalleled racing immersion across varied environmental conditions and dynamic road surfaces for the ultimate driver’s adrenaline rush.”
Now that you know the focus of Project Cars 2 — although I’m sure most fans already knew the above info — the devs released some rather interesting bits about the game showing up to this year’s E3. A playable demo will be live at the game convention come June 13th, which will end on June 15th, so there is room for eager fans to play on the upcoming game very soon.
Furthermore, the official E3 trailer showing off the game’s “sandbox” approach to its career mode also reveals how gamers will be able to start their career in grassroots series such as karts and race their way to the top spot. Much more lies in the trailer which can be seen below thanks to Bandai Namco Entertainment America.
As noted above, Project Cars’ first public demo that will be playable at Bandai Namco’s booth at E3 2017 will run from June 13-15th. The publishers will showcase multi-class actions, newly optimized handling, and revamped controls for the racing game among other features. More information about said game can be found over on bandainamcoent.com.
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