When it comes to racing games, there hasn’t been much competition for the top ranking in recent years. We’ve had a couple of efforts from various developers and some iconic franchises showing up, but nothing spectacular ended up happening. One title that has managed to impress its audience in a big way, though, would be Project CARS.
Fans of that game will be very happy to learn that the collaboration between Bandai Namco and Mad Studio will result in another installment of the franchise promising even more great experiences for passionate racing game players. It is not yet known when exactly the two are planning on releasing the next installment in the Project CARS franchise, but it has been confirmed that it will happen later in 2017.
Those worried about not being able to play the next installment due to the game not being available on their platform should know that the game has been confirmed for PC, Xbox One and PS4. It is unconfirmed but probably unlikely that the developers are planning on introducing more platforms into the mix later on.
Variety is key
In the second installment of the franchise, players will be able to enjoy a multitude of different settings in the game. On top of the available 60 tracks, you can implement more variety into your gameplay by swapping between the 170 available cars. It is said that players will be getting close and personal with 12K resolution, which is more than has ever been launched on the market. Additionally, the PC version is also slated to come with support for VR.
Focus on reality
According to the developers at Slightly Mad Studios, the aim of the team is to come up with a racing experience which accurately emulates that of real life That being said, players can expect an immersive experience that promises the be the next best thing after the actual thing.
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