Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios have teamed up again and today announced that Project CARS 2 is coming later this year to PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Project CARS 2 invites racers to challenge a host of online opponents, or take on lifelike AI in the most beautiful, authentically-crafted, and technically advanced racing simulation game on the planet. Race without boundaries.
“We are delighted to be back working with Slightly Mad Studios on a project as important as this one. Project CARS' success serves to show that there will always be room for games that bring together passion and expertise. This second episode will be an opportunity to offer new sensations to the entire fan base and beyond,” said Hervé Hoerdt, Vice President of Marketing & Digital at BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe.
"We're excited by the significant advances we've made in the physics and mechanical underpinnings of each of our 170-plus cars. That, along with a vastly enriched climate and weather simulation system on all 60-plus tracks, and new simulated surfaces—dirt, ice, snow, and mud—makes Project CARS 2 by far the most authentic and immersive racing sim we've ever created," said Stephen Viljoen, Game Director - Project CARS 2
With every tarmac, mud, gravel, and dirt-covered surface utilizing LiveTrack 3.0 featuring dynamic time of day, seasonal changes, altering atmospheric conditions, and evolution over the course of a race weekend. Fight against Mother Nature with dynamic weather that now includes snow, and take on the challenge of ice-based tracks such as the official Mercedes Benz Driving Events Winter Training Ice Track in Sweden. This specific track in the game is a faithful recreation of an exclusive venue that Mercedes-Benz has established near the town of Sorsele in the very north of Sweden. Set on a frozen ice lake, this track is teaching and testing everybody’s driving skills on snow & ice in a perfect manner – equally in the game as in real life.