Bandai Namco's race car game Project Cars 2 is now available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Recently honored with the “Best Simulation Game” award at Gamescom 2017, Project Cars 2 delivers a large roster of 180 cars, over 140 tracks at more than 60 locations, an expanded list of racing disciplines compared to its predecessor (Project Cars), and refined graphics, physics, and controls. Furthermore, Bandai Namco says the game supports up to 12K resolution graphics on PC with VR support.
"To say that we’re thrilled to finally pull off the covers on Project Cars 2 would be an understatement.” said Stephen Viljoen, Game Director at Slightly Mad Studios for Project Cars 2. “Each team member at Slightly Mad Studios has poured their hearts, minds, and souls into the project with the expressed goal of delivering the most authentic motorsports experience a player can have outside of jumping into a real race car. Realism and authenticity were central to our development mantra throughout Project CARS 2’s development and we’re extremely excited to deliver on that promise and finally take players on their ultimate driver journey.”
Project Cars 2 is rated "E for Everyone" by the ESRB.