A playable demo will be available for the first time at E3.
Racing simulation game Project CARS 2 has gotten an official release date of Sept. 22 across all platforms from Bandai Namco.
Sequel to the original Project CARS that released back in May 2015 to critical acclaim due to its realistic driving physics, Project CARS 2 was announced this February and will have a playable demo available for the first time at E3 2017.
A new E3 2017 trailer was released as well, showing off footage that might as well be straight up clips form NASCAR with how nice the graphics look. (Hint hint, especially in 4K)
Last month the Project CARS 2 Day One Edition was announced, where along with the game players will get a Japanese Cars Pack with four cars from Honda and Nissan with unique paint jobs for each. The Day One Edition will only be available on PS4 and Xbox One, not on PC.
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