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.
With Project CARS 2 coming later this year some fans are still fearing the title will be more of an update rather than an out and out sequel. Andy Tudor, Creative Director at Slightly Mad Studios, recently spoke with Redbull to set the record straight and to alleviate any fears that some fans may have. […]News
We were lucky enough to attend the recent Project CARS 2 reveal event and get our hands on with a work in progress version of the much anticipated title running on a PC. As has been a recent tradition, we got the team together for a chat about Project CARS 2 to give our initial […]News
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One of the original Project CARS' best attributes was its plethora of iconic race tracks. Fortunately, this is set to continue as the announcement of Project CARS 2 confirmed that we can expect over 60 tracks in the sequel. According to developer Slightly Mad Studios, Project CARS 2 will have "the largest track roster of […]News
Since the initial Project CARS 2 announcement trailer reveal, details on the upcoming title, due “late 2017”, have been surfacing. Project CARS 2 will expand on the original in every which way with over 170 cars and 60 plus tracks confirmed thus far. Project CARS 2 also features the new fan-requested Online Championships game mode […]News
We had a very good idea it was coming, thanks to the countdown on the official Project CARS social media pages, and sure enough developer Slightly Mad Studios has released the first official Project CARS 2 trailer which can be seen below. The trailer does include some footage we've seen before in the supposed leaked […]News
Slightly Mad Studios has recently posted a few of the very first official Project CARS 2 screenshots of late as part of a countdown found on their social media pages. The countdown will no doubt signal the start of their advertising campaign in earnest with the possibility of an official announcement trailer likely to surface […]News
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If you needed confirmation that the full reveal of Project CARS 2 is imminent, here it is. Slightly Mad Studios' CEO Ian Bell has hinted before that the marketing campaign for Project CARS 2 will go into full speed in a matter of weeks, but ahead of its reveal YouTuber user Vortlas SimRacing has uploaded what they […]News
Project CARS 2 is already sounding like a promising sequel to the acclaimed original which brought sim racing to consoles. A wealth of disciplines are promised, including rally and hillclimb events, along with variable weather conditions and improved physics. While more details are expected to be revealed very soon, some more tantalysing info on the […]News
Slightly Mad Studios' CEO Ian Bell has confirmed on the official Project CARS forum that the marketing campaign for Project CARS 2 will start in just a matter of weeks. This of course adds much weight to the “Septemberish” release window stated by Bell recently which raised a large number of eyebrows given the silence from […]News
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Six weeks after the launch of Project CARS, Slightly Mad Studios have formally announced Project CARS 2 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Like the original, Project CARS 2 will also be crowd-funded with Slightly Mad's World of Mass Development programme, which is now open for sign-ups. Slightly Mad aim to expand Project CARS's already […]News