Project Cars 2 is aiming to improve on every aspect of the original.
Although it was first announced nearly two years ago, this is the first official, proper reveal of Project Cars 2.
Slightly Mad Studios returns, with Bandai Namco as a publisher, to create a much bigger and inclusive game. Over 170 cars will be available, alongside over 60 tracks. The developer plans to include even more racing disciplines, such as mud, ice, snow, and dirt racing.
Project Cars 2 will also ship with an online championship game mode, and will bring back the lauded dynamic weather system of the first game. As far as tech, the game will support resolutions up to 12K on PC (3x4K screens). VR will also be supported, just like the original.
Gameplay-wise, the game’s dynamic weather conditions/effects will now affect tyre grip and wear, to create an even more authentic experience.
Project Cars 2 is out later this year on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.