Project Cars 2, the motorsport racing simulator, is out now and available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The game boasts a roster of 180 cars, over 140 tracks at 60+ locations, and more environments to race in, including dirt, ice, and snow.
On PC, the racing game supports “12K” resolution (via linking three 4K monitors togethers) and supports VR allowing players to immerse themselves in an entirely new way.
“Project CARS 2 is truly a passion project for the team at Slightly Mad Studios and this can be seen in the game’s uncanny attention to detail and its authentic presentation of motorsports,” says Eric Hartness, Vice President of Marketing at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. “Project CARS 2’s high level of visual fidelity, real-world physics, and huge roster of cars and tracks combined with the ability for players to dive in, race any car, on any track, at any time, enables players to live-out their wildest dreams of becoming a race car driver.”
If you haven’t yet, make sure to check out our review of Project Cars 2:
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 is available now on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.