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 between now and the release date, you'll only be charged at the lowest price rate.
Project CARS 2 will include over 170 cars and over 60 tracks and features the new fan-requested Online Championships game mode along with the additional racing disciplines which will see you tacking on ice, dirt, snow and mud surfaces.
Thanks to Slightly Mad Studios' “LIVETRACK 3.0” technology, Project CARS 2 will feature dynamic real-time weather and seasonal effects, track surface conditions and time of day transitions along with improved tyre grip and wear simulation.
Yesterday, we reported on the leaked Project CARS 2 images which gave a glimpse of some stunning track detail along with a number of tracks and cars. Project CARS 2 will release for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in “late 2017”.