Project Cars 2 will be released September 22, 2017, for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC from Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco. During our E3 Expo 2017 presentation of Project Cars 2, the developers explained how the original Project Cars had a strong fan involvement which carried over into the development of Project Cars 2.

Project Cars 2 will allow you to race any time of day, face numerous weather conditions and also a change in seasons. The game will feature a variety of motorsports with different types of cars and racing types and will include iconic car brands that were held up previously by exclusive deals.

Project Cars 2 will offer gamers multiple camera viewing options while racing like Trace Cam, Helmet GoPro View, Thumb Cam, Hud Cam, Broadcaster Cam and more. We didn’t get to see an example of these various camera angles in action but were shown how weather conditions can change during the race and affect the tracks. Project Cars 2 developers explained how there are up to 4 possible weather conditions that could impact a race and ‘past conditions’ like if it just rained should be taken into account.