Project Cars 2 straps in for late 2017 release

Project Cars 2 straps in for late 2017 release

Project Cars 2, the sequel to Slightly Mad’s original racing title, has been announced today with a release window of late 2017. It’ll have more cars, more tracks, and a host of different weather conditions.

Expect “over 170” cars to zip around in, and more than sixty different tracks upon which to ply your driving skills. This time, you’ll have to deal with “ice, dirt, snow, and mud” if you want to claim the gold. Online Championships mode is also confirmed by today’s press release.

Slightly Mad are touting “precise car physics, and realistic A.I.” for the sequel, as well as VR Support and resolutions up to 12K on PC. That 12K, however, is from playing across three 4K monitors.

Here’s the announcement trailer.

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