Automobilista 2 will be powered by the Project CARS 2 MADNESS Engine, releases in December 2019

Reiza Studios has announced that its new racing simulator, Automobilista 2, will release in December 2019 on the PC. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team has released the game’s announcement trailer – as well as the first details about it – that you can find below.

Automobilista 2 is described as a comprehensive simulation of the brazilian motorsports scene, featuring all major brazilian racing series, race tracks and manufacturers. The game will also celebrate Brazilian motorsports heritage by featuring some of the country´s most iconic heroes and achievements through its rich history in the sport.

Packing an even larger roster of diverse cars and tracks than its predecessor, Automobilista 2 will venture further into the best of international motorsports, including prestigious brands such as Mclaren and BMW along with iconic venues such as Brands Hatch and Imola, at the same time continuing to explore the more exotic and exciting forms of motorsports from around the world.

It’s also worth noting that the game is built on the MADNESS engine (the same engine powering Project CARS 2), providing incredible graphical quality, the most advanced dynamic weather and track condition systems in a racing simulator and superior VR support, to deliver a substantial realism upgrade and a fully immersive visual experience.

Enjoy!

Automobilista 2 Announcement Teaser!

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