Watch Video: Project Cars 2 trailer is out and the developers have paid very close attention to detail

The new game from Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco is as close to different and actual racing series which will be released in September 2017

By:Published: June 10, 2017 11:46 AM

Gaming, or in particular, motorsport gaming has come a long way from the Need for Speed series to NFS Underground series to now. Developers have been pushing the boundaries to make gaming as real an experience as possible. The Need for Speed Shift developers, Slightly Mad Studios has now released another trailer of their next level in real (almost) racing, Project Cars 2. Set to be released on 22nd September this year, the game will feature authentic tracks from Le Mans, GT Racing, Global Rallycross Championship, IndyCar and yes, Formula 1 as well.

To take the authenticity closer to a realistic experience, the cars used will also have every detail on them designed to replicate the real thing and along with the race cars, as per the website, the game would also have road cars and go-karts as well.

The trailer also shows various weather conditions which add to the realistic quotient and in continuation to the ‘attention to detail’ given in the game, the developers have given a more dynamic approach. The weather changes according to the time, date and day the player is using the game. So, to take realism to another level, the weather will change according to the season at that particular location.

That’s not all! The game is available on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC, where gamers who have very powerful PCs coupled to gaming rigs and VR glasses can play the game in 12K resolution with a 21:9 aspect ratio which the game supports. Talk about taking virtual reality to another level then.

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