Tomorrow the new and highly anticipated Project Cars 2 will launch on both PC and PlayStation platforms providing a new version of its racing simulator which has been developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published and distributed by Bandai Namco and builds on the previous addition launched back in 2015.
Digital Foundry have already been testing the performance of the new Project Cars 2 driving Sim on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro console, check out the video embedded below for statistics and feedback.
Slightly Mad Studios soon revealed that the game was going to compose of 182 cars from 38 manufacturers and a variety of car and race car classes, new additions including Jaguar, Honda, Volkswagen and Nissan. The game also has the largest track roster on console (as of 2017) with 46 tracks (containing 121 layouts), the majority being laser scanned circuits, and new additions including Fuji Speedway, Knockhill and Long Beach.
A new time and weather system have also been included in-game which can allow multiple different changing weather conditions and changes within a given season (winter, spring, summer, autumn). A new game physics engine called LiveTrack 3.0 has also been included, bringing realistic track conditions throughout a race weekend.
Source: EurogamerFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Top News