Bandai Namco Games has announced a Project Cars 2 release date of September 22, 2017 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.
The news comes via a brand new E3 2017 trailer for the highly anticipated racing simulation title, which we’ve embedded below for your viewing pleasure.
Project Cars 2 will be fully playable to the public for the first time at E3 next week. The game features a number of improvements over its critically acclaimed predecessor, including optimised handling, which accommodates all types of player skill. Petrol heads can look forward to sumptuously detailed car models, accurate car physics, and improved AI, ensuring Project Cars 2 is the “most immersive and technically-advanced racing simulation on the planet.”
In addition, the racing title also includes a full-fledged career option. “Drivers can begin their motorsport career in grassroots series such as karts and race their way to the very top echelons where many of the world’s most prestigious brands and cars await; or they can choose to begin in any motorsport discipline; or even go straight into one particular type of motorsport, and spend one or multiple seasons in that championship. With 9 motorsport disciplines to choose from, a racing career has never been more rewarding or challenging.”
Furthermore, Project Cars 2 will include a diverse lineup of vehicles, combining classic sport cars with contemporary prototypes and GT3s, allowing any type of class to race together in both single or championship mode. Stay tuned for more details on Project Cars 2 here at PSU in the coming weeks.