Project CARS 2
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.
Project CARS 2 developer Slightly Mad Studios has disclosed new information on the title's rallycross features. According to the aforementioned studio, Project CARS 2's rallycross content will also boast "complete authenticity" credentials – as a result of the laser-scanned tracks, the technical partnership with the highly succesful OSME rallycross team and the use of Global […]News
With the steady rise of eSports in recent years, it was only a matter of time before it became the norm to be featured in racing titles. Indeed the upcoming GT Sport centres around this aspect, and we can expect all the major racing titles to have some element of eSports included, Project CARS 2 […]News
Project CARS 2 will no doubt stand out from the ever-growing crowd of serious racing titles when it releases later in the year due to its wealth of content, including numerous racing disciplines and a plethora of tracks. However on top of the already impressive package, what can we expect regarding post-release content for Project […]News
Slightly Mad Studios' Project CARS 2 promotional campaign is certainly in full swing with lots of reveals, screenshots and even some gameplay to salivate over. The very latest reveal showcases four Mitsubishi Evolutions that will be available to drive when the game launches in “late 2017”. The first of these “Evos” is very extreme, the […]News
Project CARS 2 may be several months away from the current “late 2017” release window, however that hasn't stopped developer Slightly Mad Studios from releasing a gameplay video. The gameplay video (seen below) puts us in the cockpit of the absolutely iconic Jaguar XJR 9 Prototype as it screams around the famous Long Beach Grand […]News
The KTM X-Bow GT4 is the latest competition car to be confirmed for Project CARS 2. First teased in a preview image last week, the KTM X-Bow GT4 is also the first GT4 racer to be officially announced for the upcoming multi-platform racing game. Additionally, developer Slightly Mad Studios has revealed via the official Project […]News
The head of Slightly Mad Studios Ian Bell has recently shared some Project CARS 2 images which showcases many of the title's dedicated server options available for the PC version. The first image (above) gives us a look at the “realism” tab which enables the server admin to toggle a plethora of options and scenarios […]News
This year promises to be huge for racing titles with the juggernauts of Need for Speed, Forza Motorsport and Gran Turismo all getting sequels and vying for your attention, and not to mention, wallet contents. However, Project CARS 2 is also well worth your time with its wealth of cars and tracks, beautiful graphics, dynamic […]News
Slightly Mad Studios has released a number of stunning screenshots teasing the Long Beach street track in Project CARS 2. The version of Long Beach found in Project CARS 2 is the current 2 mile layout which features 11 turns. The Long Beach Grand Prix is actually the longest running major street race held in […]News
Following the recent Evo VI reveal, Slightly Mad Studios keep the goodies coming with the news that no less than 4 Nissan Skyline/GT-Rs will be heading to Project CARS 2. The first of the four cars will be familiar to old-school Gran Turismo fans. The Group 5 Hasemi Motorsport DR30 Skyline competed in the Japanese […]News
Project CARS 2 developer Slightly Mad Studios has revealed the first time attack car to be confirmed for the title. One of the fastest time attack cars currently active in the UK, the SVA Imports-developed Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI is also set to make its racing game debut via Project CARS 2. At time of […]News
The vehicle handling in Project CARS very much divided sim racing fans with many believing the title to be more “gamey” rather than out and out simulation. The former Stig from Top Gear, Ben Collins, and Project CARS 2 game director Stephen Viljoen recently spoke to IGN to alleviate any fears that Project CARS 2 […]News
The North American motorsports venue Circuit Of The Americas has been showcased in Project CARS 2 for the first time. Whilst it's yet to be officially announced for Project CARS 2 by Slightly Mad Studios, the Circuit Of The Americas' clear depiction in the pictured preview image all-but-confirms the circuit will be present in the […]News
It's safe to say that Project CARS 2 is one of our most anticipated titles of 2017 thanks to its decently sized car roster which focuses very much on racing cars rather than road going offerings, over 60 tracks (more than any other console racing game) including some rarely seen in videogames, and its incredibly […]News
Project CARS 2 will see the inclusion of the Online Championships mode which will please many fans as after all, it was one of the most highly requested features. The Online Championships will enable players to create a league-format championship which includes a number of rounds. For each round, players can choose which sessions to […]News
Have you ever wondered what your favourite racing game looks like at the helm of a professional racing driver? Well wonder no longer, German professional racing driver Rene Rast recently got behind the wheel of the virtual Chevrolet Corvette C7R in the upcoming Project CARS 2. The video below shows the event in action and […]News
With the recently released PS4 Pro and the powerful Xbox Scorpio on the horizon, you may be keen to know what Slightly Mad Studios have up their sleeves for Project CARS 2 when it releases later this year. Thankfully, Slightly Mad Studios' creative director Andy Tudor recently spoke to Red Bull to discuss the potentially […]News
A trio of vintage Nissan racing cars have been confirmed for inclusion in Project CARS 2. Revealed on Project CARS 2's official website and social media channels, the three competition cars cover a variety of disciplines and genres – ranging from homologation vehicles to fearsome turbocharged prototypes. Headlining the trio is the pictured 1988 Nissan […]News
In light of the recent Project CARS 2 footage which surfaced recently, we couldn't help but compare it with another title. That title in question is DiRT Rally and we compare the night time and snowy conditions in both games in a side by side comparison video. Admittedly the comparison is not the most accurate, […]News
Slightly Mad Studios have teased the McLaren 720S for Project CARS 2. While the teaser doesn't show a whole lot of the car, it does highlight the work done with the audio in the game. Judge the audio for yourself below: The real-world car was only recently unveiled by McLaren at this year's Geneva Motor Show, […]News
Project CARS 2 is easily one of our most anticipated games of the year. Although the title will be going up against the likes of Gran Turismo Sport and Forza Motorsport 7 later in the year, we believe if developer Slightly Mad Studios can pull off all that is promised with a minimum of bugs, […]News
Slightly Mad Studios’ creative director Andy Tudor recently spoke to RedBull and, among other subjects, talked about the mouth-watering possibility of PlayStation VR support for Project CARS 2. Before you all get too excited however, PSVR support for Project CARS 2 is far from confirmed, “With PSVR we can't confirm that it's definitely coming, but […]News
We may be several months away from the release of the much-anticipated Project CARS 2, however you can now pre-order the title across all available platforms on Amazon right now. The placeholder price for the title is £44.99 and £54.99 for the PC and console versions respectively. Amazon has stated that should the price drop […]News
A selection of stunning Project CARS 2 screenshots has leaked via the “unofficial Project CARS” Facebook Page. Ten in-game screenshots have been leaked (supposedly running on a high-end PC) which give us a good look at some of the cars and tracks along with different times of day and impressively detailed track surfaces. Project CARS […]News