Project CARS 2 Gets Late 2017 Release Window

Slightly Mad Studios announced today that the highly anticipated sequel to their beautiful racing simulator Project CARS will be released during 2017. The new title will feature an expanded roster of licensed cars from a host of iconic brands. Full VR support will also be available, and PC gamers with hardware oomph to spare will be able to play on super high resolutions without any software limitations.



Boasting over 170 licensed cars, the largest track roster ever on console, precision handling and physics, and full VR and 12K HDR support, Project CARS 2 is as beautiful as it is state-of-the-art.


Project CARS 2 features the widest variety of motorsports now including Rallycross and IndyCar. Race without boundaries with any car across varying track surfaces and dynamic environmental conditions, including ice, tarmac, gravel, mud or dirt. Day or night, wet or dry.


Dynamic time of day, seasonal, weather and road surface transitions affect vehicle performance, grip and handling in real-time. Full 24-hour cycle faithfully recreates the atmospheric conditions and ambience of a specific time of year.


Discover your ultimate driver journey across the full spectrum of motorsports. Test your skills online against the most intense of competition with new Online Championships mode and intelligent matchmaking.

The original Project CARS is part of the latest Bandai Namco Humble Bundle, and gamers interested in picking it up for a discounted price should consider heading over to this website before the timer runs out.


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