Project Cars 2 is going to make its way to Xbox One, PS4, and PC on September 22. As the release has gotten closer, we have had the chance to learn more about the cars and tracks that'll be featured in the game.
It's now been confirmed that on launch day, Project Cars will have a total of 180 different cars and 60 different tracks. Every single one of the 180 cars has been built, tested, and perfected based on manufacturer's standards and through test driving by owners of each of the cars in the game.
This should mean that players will have the opportunity to drive 180 cars that will all authentically feel like their real life counterparts.
There's also plenty of variety when it comes to picking a vehicle you like in Project Cars 2. Plenty of manufacturers are featured, including big names like Honda, Ford, and McLaren.
Players will have the chance to drive classic cars, modern sports cars, cars designed for formula 1, and even go karts.
With the 60 race tracks hitting players on launch, the Project Cars 2 developers are touting that they have the biggest track roster on console. Each of the tracks is spread out across the 9 motorsport disciplines and 29 series featured in the game.
Each track can have different weather modifiers, including rain, snow, day, night, mist, wind, and ice.
Are you going to pick up Project Cars 2 when it launches for Xbox One, PC, and PS4 on September 22nd?