Developer and publisher Slightly Mad Studios have finally announced the release date for Project Cars 2.
The game comes out globally on September 22 and will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC (its developer has previously said it won’t be coming to Nintendo Switch anytime soon). Also out earlier this week is a new trailer, which shows off some of the unique driving modes (rallycross, road racing, and multi-class racing) and revamped controls. Check it out below.
The game will also be playable at the Bandai Namco Entertainment Booth at E3.
Project CARS 2 is the next evolution in the award-winning racing series, featuring the most iconic cars racing under the most thrilling conditions to deliver the Ultimate Driver Journey.
Created by gamers, tested by world-class racing drivers from Team SMS-R, and the definitive choice of Esports pros … Project CARS 2 captures the essence of real racing in the most beautiful, intense, authentic, and technically-advanced racing game on the planet.
Project CARS 2 has it all—from GT to Touring cars, Endurance Prototypes, Rallycross to exotic Hypercars—delivering the full spectrum of motorsport racing with complete freedom to choose what and where to drive. Anytime, anywhere …
- Over 170 licensed cars from the most iconic brands
- The largest track roster of any console racing game including ice and dirt tracks
- New vehicle types and motorsport classes including Rallycross, IndyCar, and Oval
- Dynamic time of day, weather, and new seasonal conditions
- New Online Championships mode
- LiveTrack 3.0 powers dynamic surface conditions that affect vehicle performance and handling, and evolves the track over the course of a race weekend
- Esports built-in from day one with full ranking, and broadcasting/streaming functionality
- Bleeding-edge tire physics, advanced AI, and intuitive gamepad control
- VR, 12K, 21:9, and triple-screen support built-in
Are you going to pick up Project Cars 2 when it releases? Let us know in the comments.
You can check out E3 2017 schedule below:
Saturday, June 10
Electronic Arts – The company’s EA Play event begins at 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET / 8 PM GMT.
Sunday, June 11
Microsoft – 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET / 10 PM GMT
Bethesda – No specific time has been announced yet, but it will be during the evening
Monday, June 12
Ubisoft – Early afternoon (based on last year’s timing)
Sony – 6 PM PT / 9 PM ET / 2 AM GMT (June 13)