Project CARS 2 Officially Announced, Will Be Crowd-Funded Like Its Predecessor

Slightly Mad Studios has just announced the sequel to its latest racing game, Project CARS 2. Project CARS 2 will be crowd-funded via WMD like its predecessor, and promises to be bigger and better. The game will feature the largest track roster with 50 unique locations and 200+ courses, dynamic time of day and weather, over 40 different vehicle classes and co-op carreer.

Here are the game’s key features:

THE LARGEST TRACK ROSTER EVER – 50 unique locations and 200+ courses including ‘loose surface racing’ on dirt, gravel, mud, and snow. All will have dynamic time of day and weather allowing you to play anytime, anywhere

THE WIDEST VARIETY OF MOTORSPORTS with 8 different disciplines now including Rallycross, Hillclimbs, and Touge. 200+ cars from over 40 different vehicle classes including never-before-seen Concepts and Banned Race Cars

CO-OP CAREER – Play as the Teammate Driver, Spotter, Driver Swap, or Co-Pilot. More choices, more opportunities, more strategy, greater risks and greater rewards

SEAMLESSLY CONNECTED – Socialize and compete via Online Track Days, have players from around the world take the place of AI-controlled drivers in your solo play, and get news updates on the Driver Network around you

PRO ESPORTS RACING – Skill & Behavioural-based matchmaking, create your own Online Racing Seasons, and Live Broadcast and Spectator functionality

YOUR HOME FOR RACING – Your own personal, customisable Test Track to tune and test your cars. Invite others to showcase your passion for racing and learn race craft and engineering with the Project CARS Academy

Those interested can visit the game’s official website and sign up to Project CARS 2!

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