Project Cars 2 Will Include Over 60 Live Tracks

Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco revealed the final line-up of tracks that will come with Project Cars 2 on release.

The game will include 60 carefully chosen locations and over 130 layouts, which gives you an absurd number of venues to practice your motorsport skills and rack up an impressive number of wins. Each track features breakthrough LiveTrack 3.0 that ensures each track comes with 4 seasons of dynamic weather stunningly rendered, sublime day-to-night transitions, along with snow, rain, mist, wind, mud, gravel and more all affecting the cars’ grip and handling, inch-by-inch, second-by-second. Puddling, drying, rubbered-in, and constantly varying driving lines will challenge driving skills and pit stop strategies, while even the angle of the sun will change the grip on every inch of every track. That this is going to affect each of the over 180 cars featured in Project Cars 2 just makes it even more absurd, because each of those cars has its own stats and handling, so the changes in weather will affect each one a little differently. Thats… an impressive dedication to detail.

But the bottom line is simple: you can race any track in every season in any condition with 60 “live” tracks. It doesn’t get more real than that, honestly.

The tracks and layouts included in Project Cars 2 when it launches on September 22nd for PC, PS4, and Xbox One are:

Autodromo Algarve – 2 layouts
Azure Circuit (Monaco)-  1 layout
Azure Coast – 1 layout
Bannochbrae – 1 layout
Bathurst – 1 layout
Brands Hatch – 2 layouts
Brno – 2 layouts
Cadwell Park – 3 layouts
California Highway – 1 layout
Chesterfield (Kart) – 1 layout
Circuit de Catalunya – 3 layouts
Circuit of the Americas – 3 layouts
Daytona – 2 layouts
Daytona RX – 1 layout
DirtFish RX – 3 layouts
Donington Park – 2 layouts
Dubai Autodrome – 4 layouts
Dubai Autodrome (Kart) – 1 layout
Fuji Speedway – 1 layout
Glencairn (Kart) – 1 layout
Greenwood (Kart) – 1 layout
Hockenheim – 4 layouts
Hockenheim (Historic) – 1 layout
Imola – 1 layout
Indianapolis – 2 layouts
Knockhill – 2 layouts
Knockhill RX – 1 layout
Laguna Seca – 1 layout
Lankebanen (Hell) RX – 1 layout
Le Mans (Kart) – 1 layout
Le Mans 24 Hours – 1 layout
Le Mans Bugatti – 1 layout
Long Beach – 1 layout
Lydden Hill – 1 layout
Mercedes Ice Lake – Multiple layouts
Monza – 2 layouts
Monza (Historic) – 1 layout
Nordschleife – 1 layout
Nordschleife/Nurburgring Combined – 1 layout
Nurburgring – 3 layouts
Oschersleben – 3 layouts
Oulton Park – 3 layouts
Red Bull Ring – 2 layouts
Road America – 1 layout
Rouen-Les-Essarts (Historic) – 1 layout
Ruapuna Park – 5 layouts
Sakitto (Fictional) – 4 layouts
Silverstone – 4 layouts
Silverstone (Historic) – 1 layout
Snetterton – 3 layouts
Sonoma Raceway – 3 layouts
Spa – 1 layout
Summerton (Kart) – 1 layout
Texas Motor Speedway – Multiple layouts
Watkins Glen – 3 layouts
Willow Springs – 3 layouts
Zhuhai – 1 layout
Zolder – 1 layout

About Madeline Ricchiuto

Madeline Ricchiuto is a gamer, comics enthusiast, bad horror movie connoisseur, writer and generally sarcastic human. She also really likes cats and is now Head Games Writer at Bleeding Cool.

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