Bandai Namco Games has announced the full lineup of tracks due to ship with the highly anticipated racing simulation title, Project Cars 2.
Project Cars 2 track lineup is huge
The game’s tracklist is has been carefully plucked from 60 locations, and features over 130 layouts. Furthermore, every race course includes LiveTrack 3.0; a system that creates four season of dynamic weather and day/night transitions, which include varying weather conditions such as rain, mist, wind, mud, and gravel. These conditions will in turn directly affect the handling of the game’s 180+ vehicle lineup, putting your driving skills to the test.
In addition to the single-player career, Project Cars 2 also includes a dedicated online component, with a particular focus on e-Sports. As such, there’s a ranking system in place, online championships, and improved matchmaking functionality for those who want to get competitive against other racers.
Developed by Slightly Mad Studios, Project Cars is scheduled for release worldwide on September 22, 2017 for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.