Project Cars 2 Release Window Announced, Will Support Upto 12k Resolution
The Project Cars 2 release window has finally been announced in a new announcement trailer posted by the developers, giving fans of the series a tentative date of late 2017 before the game comes out. Project Cars 2 has been in the works for at least two years, being announced on 2015 and crowdfunded.
Project Cars 2 will come with more tracks, modes, and cars, along with co-op career, rallycrossing, and hill climbs, in addition to being capable of up to 12K (that is, three different 4K monitors if you have that sort of setup) resolution.
You’ll even be getting VR support for the game, allowing you to get one of the most immersive racing game experiences, ranging from regular race tracks to tracks in the ice, dirt, and snow.
All of these new graphical feats will be possible through Slightly Mad’s LIVETRACK 3.0 engine, which will help the game get as close to real life as possible for the studio to product.
Along with showing the Project Cars 2 release window, the announcement trailer that the studio released today shows a wide variety of maps, tracks, and weather conditions, along with more than a few snazzy-looking cars. All together the game looks like a really good racing game, maybe even competing with Forza Horizon 3 in terms of graphics and gameplay.
While there isn’t any definitive release date for the game in the Project Cars 2 release window, with a late 2017 date the game will hopefully not be too much longer until it comes out. With a two-year development period, hopefully the game will be good, and will even get a better reception than the first Project Cars game that came out in 2015.
The game will likely be coming out on the same platforms as the original Project Cars game, on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and Windows PC.