Yes, no more "late 2017" from Slightly Mad Studios, thankfully.
It will be playable on the E3 show floor next week, giving people a taste of the revamped controls and multi-class action that allows players to compete in numerous world's most famous endurance races. It looks like you'll be able to have loads of cars in a single race as well.
Just as the first game did two years ago, Project Cars 2 is set to wow players with its stunning visuals, excellent sound design, and extreme levels of simulation. This seems to indicate a more free path for building up your career, starting from karts and working your way up.
Project Cars 2 launches on September 22nd 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Bleeding-edge visuals, precise vehicle physics, revamped confidence-inspiring gamepad controls combined with advanced and newly refined tire grip and slip physics provide drivers with optimized control and feel in all situations.
German ambassador to US: 'Healthy relationship' between Trump, Merkel
The dispute started as Trump sped through meetings in Europe last week and appeared to leave a trail of bruises in his wake. Merkel is unlikely to warm to Trump as she did to former president Barack Obama.
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Racing sim fans, you now have a date for your next fix!
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