Bandai Namco has announced that Project Cars 2 will make its way to Xbox One, PC and PS4 on Spetember 22. Alongside the release date, the publisher also dropped a speed-fueled sizzle reel to get fans stoked for the second entry in the series. Check it out below:
Project Cars 2 will pack in more than 170 cars, along with what Bandai Namco claims is the "largest track roster of any console racing game." Dynamic weather, time of day, and new seasonal conditions are also on board, along with support for VR out of the box. Esports will also be supported from the outset, with built-in rankings and streaming.
If you're stoked for Project Cars 2, you can preorder the game now for $60 at Amazon.
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The first had a horrible framerate. And just genuinely felt terrible. Hopefully this one is alot better.
Based in the experiece of the first one and they refuse to fix. I will pass
Awesome, but will be on PS4 for me, PC1 has been great on there for me...
This just doesn't thrill me as much as Forza does for some reason and I can't quite put my finger on why that is. It may have something to do with the fact that every car in the trailer is a 'roided out race car rather than a real world production car. I want to know what it feels like to sling my own car around a track or maybe that new Porsche/Lambo/Ferrari/insert-supercar-here that came out last year.
If this was January 2016 i would be stoked, but since Forza motorsport 7 is coming (i am a pc gamer and so amped for a full motorsport release), i don't think i will need another racer ever again, just need the forza franchise. Waited eleven year for forza, project cars kept me going until apex arrived. So thanks, but no thanks
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