Slightly Mad Studios Has Officially Announced Project CARS 2
Cernescu Andrei / 2 years ago
Motorsport racing simulator Project CARS was developed and published by Slightly Mad Studios and was released for the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One just a few months ago. Even though it suffered from a few bugs and performance issues on certain hardware, the game was generally received with open arms by gamers from all over the world, which is probably why its creators decided to go ahead and create a sequel. Project CARS 2 has been announced officially by Slightly Mad Studios, and it looks like it will also be crowd-funded via WMD.
The next installment of Project CARS will be bigger and more impressive graphics-wise, and it will include a generous track table with more than 200 courses in 50 unique locations. Other highlights include over 40 individual vehicle classes, a co-op career as well as dynamic time of day and weather effects. Another thing worth pointing out is that the game will provide access to individual customizable Test Tracks that you will use to modify and test out cars according to your own preferences. During Online Track Days, you will be able to allow other players to gain control of cars that are usually driven by AI during your solo gaming sessions.
However, I personally believe that the developers should still focus on perfecting the first Project CARS before moving on to a second installment. What do you think?
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