Bandai Namco released its E3 trailer for Project Cars 2 this morning which reveals that the game will be racing onto PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on September 22. Check out the sizzle trailer above.
"With over 180 iconic cars, the largest track roster on console, and 9 motorsport disciplines to choose from, Project CARS 2 is the home of motorsport in the most beautiful, authentically-crafted, and technically-advanced racing simulation game on the planet. Built for players of all skill levels, drivers will experience unparalleled racing immersion across varied environmental conditions and dynamic road surfaces for the ultimate driver's adrenaline rush."
Along with the trailer, Bandai Namco unleashed a flood of new information in its press release to get you excited.
"Passion for motorsport is embodied in the fan-requested multi-class racing that enables drivers to compete in any car and track in a field of multiple car classes which replicates the world's most famous endurance racing championships, past and present. Whether it's iconic cars from the golden age of sports cars, modern prototypes, or GT3, all classes of cars can now race together in either single or championship mode as Project CARS 2 scores the driver's position not just overall, but in-class too.
"Capturing all the thrills of motorsport means drivers are able to competing in any car, anytime, anywhere, off- and-online, against both in-class competitors and other classes too."
"Project CARS 2 delivers an unparalleled racing experience for players of all skill levels and driving desires. Players can hop in and drive any car, on any track, at any time. Bleeding-edge visuals, precise car physics, revamped confidence-inspiring gamepad controls combined with advanced and newly refined tire grip and slip physics provide drivers with optimized control and feel in all situations. Recalibrated and highly realistic A.I. make Project CARS 2 the most immersive and technically-advanced racing simulation on the planet."
Expect plenty of hands-on gameplay impressions and direct-feed video from the E3 show floor next week. This could end up being the ultimate modern racing sim, so you'll want to keep a close eye on this. We'll have more updates for you next week.0comments