Steering wheel compatibleYes
DeveloperSlighty Mad Studios
UK Release Date22/09/2017
Project Cars 2 PS4 Development Gameplay
Project Cars 2 XBox One Gameplay
Project CARS 2 - Indycar - Long Beach Controller Gameplay
Project Cars 2 Preview To Upcoming Gameplay
Project CARS 2 Preview Gameplay - Using Controller
Project Cars 2 PS4 vs PC & Developer Interview E3 2017
Project Cars 2 - Andy Tudor Interview
Project Cars 2 E3 PC Direct Feed Controller Gameplay
Project Cars 2 Initial Impressions Team Chat
Project Cars 2 - Reveal Impressions Team Chat
Project CARS 2 E3 Sizzle Trailer
Project Cars 2 Nic Hamilton Interview
- Impressive track selection.
- Incredible variety of disciplines.
- Live track 3.0 and class-leading weather effects.
- Inconsistent handling.
- Technical issues still haven’t been fixed.
- Underwhelming visuals compared to the first game.
Project CARS 2 is a phenomenal package and a must-have for motorsport enthusiasts. The sequel presents class-leading weather effects and an unrivalled track roster and variety of racing disciplines. Demanding, yet thoroughly rewarding driving physics, and a comprehensive career that immerses you into the life of a racing driver in the world of motorsport like no other game. Technical issues and underwhelming visuals take some of the shine off the game, despite this, Project CARS 2 is a strong contender for the best racing game of the year.
It's fair to say that the highly anticipated racing simulation Project CARS 2 hasn't had the smoothest of releases so far. The original game was notoriously bug-ridden when it was initially released. Slightly Mad Studios insisted that the sequel won't suffer the same fate and won't be plagued with bugs, but history has unfortunately repeated itself. […]News
It's September 22 which can only mean one thing: the release of the much-anticipated Project CARS 2 is here. The sim, available across the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 platforms, features the largest amount of tracks ever seen in a console racer with 140 different track configurations. This is impressive enough, however when you […]News
Compared to the PS4 and PC, Project CARS' performance on Xbox One was choppy, to say the least, suffering from frequent frame rate drops. After testing Project CARS 2 on PS4, we were eager to see how the Xbox One version compares. Eurogamer's Digital Foundry recently put Project CARS 2 to the test on all […]News
The wait is nearly over. In less than two weeks, Slightly Mad Studios will be releasing Project CARS 2 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, arguably one of the most anticipated racing games of the year alongside its more established titans, Forza Motorsport 7 and Gran Turismo Sport. While most Project CARS 2 footage released […]Previews
Excitement is growing strong now as we're mere days away from the release of Project CARS 2. To whet our appetites even further, game director Stephen Viljoen has recently conducted a developer stream showcasing the in-depth career mode of the racer set to release on all major platforms on September 22. The stream takes a […]News
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Project CARS 2 developer Slightly Mad Studios has unveiled the full Ferrari line-up for the upcoming multi-platform racing game. Consisting of a total of 10 licensed cars, the Ferrari range in Project CARS 2 covers a broad spectrum of car types across a variety of disciplines and ages – ranging from the classic Ferrari 330 […]News
As we get ever nearer to Project CARS 2's release date of September 22 excitement is growing. Just to make that wait seem a little longer, we've dug up some amazing screenshots of the title (PC version) which showcase some of the vast array of tracks and vehicles the game has to offer. Digital pre-order […]News
This year promises to be huge in the racing genre thanks to the releases of Gran Turismo Sport, Forza Motorsport 7, not to mention an ever-growing list of annual releases such as MXGP 3, F1 2017, MotoGP 17 and WRC 7. Another game that is set to make a big splash this September is Slightly […]Previews
Slightly Mad Studios continue to reveal new details about their upcoming racer Project CARS 2. This week sees the complete reveal of every single track that will make it in to the game. We've known for some time now that Project CARS 2 will boast the biggest track roster of any console racer to date. […]News
Digital pre-orders for Project CARS 2 are now open, giving players the choice of two different editions which sees the inclusion of some juicy bonus content. The Standard Edition adds the exclusive Japanese Cars Pack which features four cars as detailed below. The fastest hot hatch to have ever lapped the Nordschleife, the Honda Euro Spec […]News
Slightly Mad Studios continues to tease new Project CARS 2 screen shots with the latest batch focusing on the Porsche 911 GT3 R and 911 GT3 RS. The 2016 911 GT3 R is the third generation of the Porsche GT3s, and boasts 500 bhp thanks to a 4-litre flat-6 engine which can be revved hard. […]News
Project CARS 2's release date has just been revealed, and there's even more good news, as developer Slightly Mad Studios has revealed that no less than eleven Porsche models will make it in to the multi-platform racing sim. Slightly Mad Studios have gone with a nice mix of classic and modern examples both in the […]News
Project CARS 2 will officially go on sale later this year on Friday 22nd September 2017. Set to be released on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms, Project CARS 2 will also differ from its predecessor in not having a staggered global release schedule. The release date announcement also means Project CARS 2 […]News
Project CARS 2 developer Slightly Mad Studios has confirmed the road and race versions of the Ford GT supercar will be featured in the multi-platform racing game. Previously only accessible in Forza Motorsport 6 and Forza Horizon 3 as DLC, the Ford GT GTLM will also be making its first on-disc appearance in a racing […]News
The famous Circuit of the Americas is the very latest Project CARS 2 track to be revealed in new screenshots from developer Slightly Mad Studios. Circuit of the Americas or COTA as it's commonly referred to as, is probably most famous for its very big (okay massive) run-off areas which are adorned by the red […]News
Porsches have been officially showcased for the first time in Project CARS 2 through a new promotional video. Titled 'Porsche Passion', the new clip depicts a variety of different Porsche models running in-game – ranging from highly popular road cars such as the Porsche 991 GT3 RS and Porsche 918 Spyder, to top-tier Le Mans […]News
Project CARS 2 is a very ambitious upcoming racing game that will contain a plethora of different racing disciplines, one such discipline is IndyCar. Developer Slightly Mad Studios has teased the Dallara DW12 (or IR12 to give it its official name) IndyCar, in a batch of freshly released images. The Dallara DW12 is sold to […]News
Project CARS 2 will contain an assortment of Indianapolis-related content – ranging from the iconic 'Brickyard' circuit to a slew of current and classic Indy 500 racers. As stated on the official Project CARS website, players will be able to race on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in "the current crop of Dallara DW12s [from the […]News
It's not uncommon for major game releases to get limited and collectors editions with extra goodies and Project CARS 2 is no exception. As one of the most seminal racing game releases of the year, Project CARS 2 will be getting not one, not two, but three special editions packed with bonus game content and […]News
Slightly Mad Studios has revealed that the Aston Martin Vulcan and the McLaren P1 GTR will be included in Project CARS 2's car roster. The Vulcan contains a 7 litre V12 engine which is good for over 800 bhp, couple that with the fact that the Aston Martin only weighs 1400 Kgs and you have […]News
The first official information on Project CARS 2's downloadable content setup has been disclosed by developer Slightly Mad Studios. Revealed as part of the pre-order programme announcements, an industry-obligatory season pass will be offered to Project CARS 2 players who wish to "exhance and extend the overall experience" with premium post-launch content. At time of […]News
We recently got to grips with Project CARS 2 using a controller, and as guys who are so used to using a wheel, it proved a tricky prospect. We felt the controller inputs did seem a little over-sensitive as we struggled to correct our car resulting in massive over-steer at points, although it is worth […]Previews
The team attended a Project CARS 2 event recently where we sampled the upcoming title using the VR medium and a racing wheel, along with playing on the more traditional 2D screen and controller setup. Developer Slightly Mad Studios certainly raised some eyebrows recently with the rallycross reveal for Project CARS 2. We're not getting […]News