Slightly Mad Studios has finally announced a release date for Project Cars 2, and we have a tasty new trailer to take a look at as well
We’ve been hearing the phrase “late 2017” for far too long with the new Project Cars 2 game, but we now have an actual release date for Project Cars 2 – yay!
The game will hit the shelves worldwide on the 22 September for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, featuring a whole host of changes – including a new handling model and completely revised gamepad.
PC2 will make its public demo debut at the Bandai Namco Entertainment Booth at E3, so to mark the occasion a new trailer has been dropped.
It shows off the wide range of disciplines in PC2, including new arrival Rallycross, and hugely open career mode of the game – allowing you to take a vast number of different paths to the top of motorsport.
The up-coming title will feature over 170 cars, including 11 recently-announced Porsches and both road and racing versions of the Ford GT, and the largest track roster of any console game.
We’ll no doubt find out even more details over the course of E3 and the next few weeks, ahead of its September release.