Bandai Namco revealed the various extras that’ll accompany Project Cars 2 for digital pre-orders and the season pass.Surprise! It’s more cars. I mean, of course it is. Here’s a breakdown on what your fandom earns you.
Project CARS 2 is now available to pre-order digitally, there are two versions to get your hands on and we have more details about them below: STANDARD EDITION: Includes the full game plus the exclusive Japanese Cars Pack that features 4 cars from iconic Japanese manufacturers Honda and Nissan—the Honda Euro Spec Civic Ty:pe-R, the fastest hot hatch to have ever lapped the Nordschleife; the thrill-a-second Honda Project 2&4 with its stratospheric redline at 14,000rpm; the original and one-and-only “Godzilla”, the Skyline GT-R (R32) Group A; and the brutal and raw twin-turbo V8 Nissan 280ZX IMSA GTX. This limited edition is available on PS4 & Xbox One and PC. DELUXE EDITION: Includes the full game and the Japanese Cars Pack, plus the Season Pass (that includes all 4 additional contents that will enhance and extend the overall Project CARS 2 experience after release) as well as the Motorsport Pack that includes 4 enthralling racing cars curated from 40 years of motoring history. The Deluxe Edition will be available on PS4 & Xbox One and PC Project CARS 2 is rated PEGI 3 and will be released on 22nd September, 2017
You may pre-download this game, but it will not be playable until release date (09/21/2017 - 9:00 PM). Project CARS 2 delivers the soul of motor racing in the world’s most beautiful, authentic, and technically-advanced racing game. Features 180+ licensed ...]
You may pre-download this game, but it will not be playable until release date (09/21/2017 – 9:00 PM). Project CARS 2 delivers the soul of motor racing in the world’s most beautiful, authentic, and technically-advanced racing game. Features 180+ licensed […]
Soon the store racks will be full of loads of new racing games, and as always, those titles genuinely want to get along with the biggest numbers and most cars. Project CARS 2 puts a poem in the pocket by commenting on the intended resolution and framerates on different platforms. For example, the second racing game of Slightly Mad Studios on the Xbox One X must support native 4K resolution at 60 frames per second. With a view to the PlayStation 4 Pro, the developer does not want to make a final decision about the resolution, even though it is certain of the guild standard of 60 fps.