Project Cars 2 Has An E3 Sizzle Reel And Release Date

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Project Cars 2, despite the delays, finally has a release date for Fall 2017. Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco Entertainment made the announcement today that Project Cars 2 is slated for a worldwide release on September 22nd, 2017.

The game will also be playable at the Bandai Namco Entertainment Booth at E3 with the first public demo featuring multi-class action showcasing the newly optimised handling as well as revamped gamepad controls, this on the heels of the E3 trailer that presents the game’s “sandbox” approach to the overhauled career mode.

Slightly Mad Studios have attempted to embody their passion for auto sports with the fan-requested multi-class racing system that allows drivers to compete in a field of multiple car classes which replicates the world’s most famous endurance racing championships, past and present. With the multi-class system, all classes of car can now race together in either single or championship mode as Project Cars 2 scores the driver’s position not just overall, but also in-class.
It’s something of a staple for the Project Cars franchise to have an open campaign, and the E3 Sizzle trailer presents the game’s “sandbox” approach to its career mode perfectly. Project Cars 2 gives drivers an open path to achieving their motorsport dreams. Drivers can begin their motorsport career in grassroots series such as karts and race their way to the very top echelons where many of the world’s most prestigious brands and cars await; or they can choose to begin in any motorsport discipline; or even go straight into one particular type of motorsport, and spend one or multiple seasons in that championship.

Project Cars 2  will be released Worldwide on September 22nd, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. The E3 trailer is below.

 

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