The fine folks at Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios are releasing Project CARS 2 later this week, and they gave us one extra copy of the game to give out to a lucky reader! We’ve got one North American PS4 code for Project CARS 2 to give out, and all people will have to do is follow us on Twitter (@PSLifeStyle) and retweet the giveaway.
Below you’ll find the Project CARS 2 giveaway tweet. To enter the contest, you’ll want to retweet it and follow us on Twitter:
We're giving away a copy of #ProjectCARS2 for PS4. RT & follow to enter!
— PlayStation LifeStyle by Mandatory (@PSLifeStyle) September 19, 2017
We’ll select one lucky winner when the racing game releases worldwide on September 22, 2017.
For even more on Slightly Mad Studios’ racing title, check out our Project CARS 2 review. Here’s a snippet of what reviewer Paulmichael Contreras had to say about the racing game:
Audio is very important for any racing game. Project CARS 2 delivers authentic sound work, and it even includes a slight muffling effect when you enter the cockpit helmet camera view. However, some of the lower-tier cars sound very generic. The differences in audio quality become more apparent in the replay engine. Cars which are some distance from the camera hardly sound any quieter than those that are passing right by, which results in some less-than-exhilarating replays.
Project CARS 2 is a solid entry, and a good continuation of the series. A solid focus in its career mode combine with tight community integration, which all mixes with a heaping helping of esports activities, giving fans and new racers alike plenty of reasons to buy Project CARS 2. While it may not boast the best visuals of console racing games, and the replay engine could’ve used a bit more polish, these are minor faults in an overall fun racing simulator. See you on the track.
Project CARS 2 releases September 22 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.