Project Cars 2 will have it’s first playable demo available at E3 this year. I would hope so, considering the game is set to officially launch worldwide on September 22, 2017 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC’s via Steam.
Three unique driving scenarios — rallycross, road racing, and multi-class racing — will be on full display at the public demo, as well as a showcase of the newly optimized vehicle handing and revamped controls.
“Passion for motorsport is embodied in the fan-requested multi-class racing that enables drivers to compete in any car and track in a field of multiple car classes which replicates the world’s most famous endurance racing championships, past and present. Whether it’s iconic cars from the golden age of sports cars, modern prototypes, or GT3, all classes of cars can now race together in either single or championship mode as Project CARS 2 scores the driver’s position not just overall, but in-class too.
Capturing all the thrills of motorsport means drivers are able to competing in any car, anytime, anywhere, off- and-online, against both in-class competitors and other classes too.
Feel the adrenaline rush as you close-in fast on a GT race car in the coldness of night at Le Mans in your Le Mans Prototype; scan your mirrors on a wet day at the Nürburgring as a Porsche 911 GT3 R monster bursts from the fog and cuts past your Renault Clio as if you were standing still. This is motorsport in Project CARS 2.”
Showcased in, what Bandai Namco calls it, the “Sizzle E3” trailer, is the accessibility of the Project Cars franchise. The game’s sandbox approach to the career mode gives drivers an open path to achieving their Motorsport dreams. A tall promise, but the game gives players the opportunity to start in the grassroot series and climb the ladder to fame across the world. Project Cars gives drivers nine Motorsport disciplines to choose from.