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- Project CARS 2
Although Gran Turismo Sport and Forza Motorsport 7 dominated the racing conversation at E3 2017, there’s another title that is shaping up to be something special: Project CARS 2.
As advertised by Slightly Mad Studios in a new addition to its official website, Project CARS 2 will add 20 “fully scanned tracks” to its roster, boosting its total library to 60 venues across 130 individual layouts. These include:
- Autodromo Internacional Do Algarve
- Bannochbrae Road Circuit
- Cadwell Park
- Donington Park
- Autodromo Internazionale Enzo E Dino Ferrari Imola
- Rallycross of Loheac
- Sampala Ice Circuit
- Daytona Rallycross
- Ruapuna Park
Many of these tracks are unrepresented among the competition, with nine motorsport disciplines being taken into consideration. This includes rallycross and other specializations that commonly race point to point and on hybrid surfaces.
Supporting the track list will be over 180 vehicles, nearly doubling the options of the prior game.
I happened to play Project CARS 2 at E3 and found that its physics and racing are similar to what was in the last game, though with minor improvements. Its these content and quality of life additions that are the most dramatic moves by Slightly Mad Studios, and will ultimately be the key selling point.
Project CARS 2 will release on September 22nd for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.