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 along with the additional racing disciplines which include ice, dirt, snow and mud racing.
Thanks to Slightly Mad Studios' “LIVETRACK 3.0” technology, Project CARS 2 will have dynamic real-time weather and seasonal effects, track surface conditions and time of day transitions as well as improved tyre grip and wear simulation.
Finally, the PC version of the racer will even boast up to 12K resolution (linking three 4K monitors together) and VR support. We'll bring you more on Project CARS 2 very soon.
Project CARS 2 will release for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in “late 2017”.