The sequel to the driving game with support for virtual reality, will arrive on Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One from the hand of Bandai Namco Entertainment. In addition, they have released a trailer.
Slightly Mad Studios, developers of Project Cars 2, has announced the agreement reached with Bandai Namco Entertainment for distribution of the game on Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, by the end of the year. Project CARS 2 features a roster of nearly 170 cars, over 60 tracks, online championships, and additional driving disciplines such as ice, dirt, snow, and mud. The game, like its predecessor, will have virtual reality support with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Created by gamers and perfected by professional drivers, Project CARS 2 makes use of the physics and AI implemented, as well as LIVETRACK 3.0 technology to create dynamic effects of weather, track conditions, grip and tire wear, and schedule.
“Our collective goal at Slightly Mad Studios is to create a racing simulation experience that rivals that of real life. The realism and authenticity are key in our development of Project CARS 2, so we are making sure that we employ the best professional drivers, game developers, artists and sound engineers to realize our vision of a game that takes players on the ultimate journey of driving,” said Stephen Viljoen, game director. Project CARS 2 will arrive at the end of the year with virtual reality support at least on PC.