It seems there are small pieces of information on Project Cars 2 being announced every single day, but recently we’ve had a load of important details drop about the game.
That includes a release date. Yes, no more ‘late 2017’ from Slightly Mad Studios, thankfully. The firm has been sticking with that phrase for a while, but we now know it’ll be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC worldwide on the 22 September 2017.
Finally, we know when the game will be hitting our consoles. Alongside the release date, PC2 also unveiled a new trailer ahead of E3 titled ‘The Soul of Motorsport’.
It basically shows off the huge variety of racing categories and vehicle types on offer in the game, particularly focusing on career mode – where there’s a wide range of paths to take as you progress up the motorsport ladder.
The E3 trailer has been released alongside details on the game’s first public demo, as it’ll be on the Bandai Namco Entertainment Booth ready to be played and tried out.
So, those attending E3 will get to try the hugely-fun rallycross cars, new manufacturers, the revised gamepad (highlighted in our interview with Slightly Mad’s COO Rod Chong) and new handling model.
Over the last few days, we’ve also had a full list of the Porsches that’ll feature in PC2, having been given a glimpse in an earlier video. There will be 11 in total:
- Porsche 911 GT1-98
- Porsche 911 GT3 R (991)
- Porsche 911 GT3 R Endurance (991)
- Porsche 911 GT3 RS
- Porsche 918 Spyder
- Porsche 935/77
- Porsche 935/80
- Porsche 936 Spyder
- Porsche 962C
- Porsche 962C Langheck
- Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport
PC2 has also confirmed the street and racing spec of the gorgeous new Ford GT will also be in the game too, another impressive addition.
It’s certainly putting together a staggering range of racing disciplines, manufacturers and cars. Are you hyped for PC2? Let us know in the comments!