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 just a few tracks either, like you'll found in DiRT Rally, as the development team has confirmed seven tracks will make it into the game (that's two more than the upcoming DiRT 4 too).
With a wealth of racing disciplines, Slightly Mad Studios are really trying to make Project CARS 2 the go to game for motorsport fans who expect bigger and bigger packages from racing titles each year.
We give our impressions from our recent hands-on with Project CARS 2 in the team chat video below.