On November 23, Bandai Namco jointly with developers from Slightly Mad Studios released a version of the racing simulator Project CARS 2.
You can download the “demo” on all platforms where the full version is available, that is, on a PC in the Steam system and the PlayStation 4 consoles in the PlayStation Store and Xbox One in Xbox Live. “Get in the Ferrari 488 GT3, Lamborghini Huracan or Formula Renault, go to the Red Bull Ring and evaluate the most reliable racing simulator in the world”, – the authors urge. In addition, users who have advanced versions of the Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro consoles can see the graphical improvements that will appear with the release of a special free update. Well, PC users in the demo version is available virtual reality mode.
Project CARS 2 was announced as early as June 2015. As in the case of the first part, the money for developing the sequel was collected by means of crowdfinding on the project site, and in general the development was conducted with the active support of the gaming community. In the full version, as reported by the developers, we are waiting for “realistic management, changing weather and time of day, more than 180 cars and 140 trails in 60 different places.” Release of the racing simulator took place on the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 22 this year. And more recently, on November 21, a Japanese Car Pack supplement was available for purchase, which was previously only available to those who had pre-ordered.