Published On: Thu, Feb 9th, 2017

Project CARS 2 To Support 12K And VR At Launch; Full Announcement Trailer Released

We have famous for some time that Project CARS 2, a second entrance in a racing array by Slightly Mad Studios, is in a works, though currently we have finally perceived an central acknowledgment that a diversion will be entrance to PC and consoles after this year.

The new Project CARS 2 proclamation trailer, that can be watched below, highlights some of a facilities of a arriving diversion such as an softened and some-more energetic continue system, off-road mud and sleet racing and more.

Project CARS 2 is a subsequent expansion in a award-winning racing series, featuring a many iconic cars underneath a many stirring of conditions to broach a “Ultimate Driver Journey” experience. Created by gamers, tested by world-class racing drivers, and a decisive choice of e-Sports pros – Project CARS 2 brings together a hint of motorsports racing in a many beautiful, authentically crafted, and technically modernized racing diversion on a planet.

Additionally, it’s been reliable that a PC chronicle will support VR during launch, like a predecessor. Project CARS 2 will also come with 12K fortitude support, permitting players owning 3 4K monitors to suffer a diversion during a unequivocally high resolution.

Last month, a Slightly Mad CEO suggested some sum on Project CARS 2 and on how a group is improving on a initial game’s formula.

We have rewritten a digest system. We have combined mixed newly created and really critical modules to a physics, drivetrain, differential and tire displaying systems. The FFB complement is now most some-more discerning and comes with presets. The doing is transformed, in a really really good way. I’m inequitable we know though right now in a latest build we have, those cars that have all of a new systems in place have lifted a bar for simulation… and this is before they are polished.

None of a famous brands are blank this time.

We’ve started QA already. We devise during slightest 7 months of QA for polishing and bug fixing.

Project CARS 2 launches in late 2017 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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