The guys at Slightly Mad Studios continue to work hard in his new driving simulator, Project Cars 2, which predictably will arrive before the end of the present year 2017. The news that reaches us today from the headquarters of its Distributor, Bandai Namco, is that this second installment will include a new modality of vehicles.
It’s the Rallycross, a modality that is commonly disputed on Earth and asphalt with 600 HP cars. To achieve a more realistic experience study has counted with the help of the drivers in the category Mitchell DeJong and Oliver Eriksson. Here you can see a small foretaste of what will come next to Project Cars 2:
As always Project Cars 2 seeks to bring the player the this and possible more realistic driving experience has circuits real such as Daytona in the United States or Lankebanen in Norwegian lands, as well as vehicles such as the Honda Civic that Mitchell and Oliver compete.
Although still do not know the date in which we can enjoy all of this, if that is expected to Project Cars 2 reach stores around the world until end of 2017 and will be available for the consoles Playstation 4 and Xbox One besides PC.