Project CARS 2

Project CARS 2 Review

Slightly Mad Studios returns with their eagerly anticipated Project CARS 2 which is available on consoles and PC. From the off there’s much more on offer in every way but the real issue which faces this game is whether it’s an essential buy or not. To answer this question lies

Project CARS 2 – The Race is On – Launch Trailer

Live the life of the motorsport hero. Conquer all four seasons of beautiful grip-affecting weather across the largest track roster ever seen on console in 180+ cars from the world’s most elite brands. Race on dirt and snow, ice and rain, in IndyCars and hypercars, Porsches and Ferraris, and experience

Project CARS 2 – Ferrari Trailer

Experience 70 years of history through 10 of Ferrari’s most iconic cars— 10 cars that define the passion of motorsport, the glory of racing, and the soul of competition in Bandai Namco’s Project CARS 2 which will be available September 22nd on PS4, Xbox One and PC via Steam.

Project CARS 2 Track List Revealed

Slightly Mad Studios has today revealed the final line-up of tracks that will come with Project CARS 2 on 22nd September, 2017 for PS4, XBOX One and PC. There will be some 60 live tracks – complete with changeable time and four seasons of weather over 130 different layouts. Circuit/Number

Project CARS 2 – 180 Cars Detailed

Bandai Namco/Slightly Mad Studios has today revealed the opening roster of vehicles which will be available in the upcoming racer Project CARS 2. There will be some 180 cars to choose from. You can check out the full list with images at http://www.projectcarsgame.com/the-cars.html