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Project CARS 2

By Jon Scarr

Bandai Namco’s Project CARS franchise is known for its attention to detail and their ability to deliver the most authentic driving experience ever. I was completely blown away by the unprecedented degree of realism in Project CARS. It quickly became a best-seller around the world and drew in a fan base of more than one million gamers.

When Project CARS 2 was first announced, I found it hard to imagine what Slightly Mad Studios could improve upon in a sequel. Boy was I in for a surprise! For starters, Project CARS 2 features even more cars than before—over 170 to be exact. Furthermore, there are more than 60 tracks, a brand-new Online Championships game mode, and additional racing variables—including dirt, ice, snow, and mud racing.

Sandbox Career mode

Slightly Mad Studios created Project CARS 2’s career mode with a sandbox approach to it. This means you now have an open path to achieving your motorsports dreams. There are nine racing classes to choose from ranging from Karts to Rallycross.

If you want to jump right into one particular type of motorsport, you can do so. Or, if you want to begin your career in karts and race your way to the very top, you can do that too. With Project CARS 2, your racing career has never been more challenging or rewarding. Bring it on!

Wider variety of car choices

I thought to myself, “If I had one critique about Project CARS, it would have to be the lack of variety and choice of cars.” Slightly Mad Studios must have realized this, and thus have included a variety of new manufactures in Project CARS 2.

With the addition of Rallycross, there is now a good number of cars added to the mix including the VW Polo WRX, Honda Civic Coupe, Mini Countryman RX and my personal favourite the Ford Focus RS WRX. Additionally, Slightly Mad Studios has worked with Mercedes and Renault to create two fictional Rallycross cars for the game. Cool!

An unparalleled racing experience

Project CARS 2 gives gamers of all skill levels an unparalleled racing experience. You get some of the best visuals I’ve seen in a racing game, extremely precise car physics, revamped gamepad controls with newly refined tire grip and slip physics, and enhanced realistic artificial intelligence. I’m absolutely convinced that Project CARS 2 is going to be the most immersive and technically-advanced racing simulation ever.

Project CARS 2 launches September 22, 2017 on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Racing fans will not want to miss out on this one.


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