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Project Cars 2″ goes on sale Sept. 22 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The second in the series of racing games from Bandai Namco will feature nine racing classes/disciplines, 180 cars and multiclass racing, where the player is awarded both for overall and in-class finishes.
In the trailer, we can find classic and current F1 cars, endurance prototypes and street cars decked out in race trim. «PC2» also features weather changes, with Monaco looking a little cloudy and rainy at the John Player Special rounds the curve. An expanded career mode gives players a chance to test their mettle starting at the grassroots level and progressing to the top levels of racing. Spend one or multiple seasons in any one discipline and then move on — or not.
The Electronics Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas next week, and we’ll expect to get a little more news there. We’ll also keep our eye out for other racing game news from Polyphony Digital’s «Gran Turismo Sport,» Codemasters’ «Dirt 4» and «F1 2018.