Project Cars 2 Team Hard at Work On PSVR Version But Can’t Confirm It, Will Be Visually Enhanced For PS4 Pro And Scorpio

By   /   Apr 11, 2017
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Slightly Mad Studios is hard at work developing the upcoming Project Cars 2 and fans are excited about the game. Now the studio has revealed that the game will be taking advantage of the extra power of PS4 Pro and Xbox One Scorpio and also talked about the game coming to PSVR.

Speaking with RedBull, Creative Director Andy Tudor said that Project Cars 2 will take full advantage of PS4 Pro and Xbox One Scorpio but said that he could not reveal anything specific.

Yes, absolutely. We’re all gadget freaks at our studio, so if there’s any wheel, pedal, VR, second-screen apps, triple screen, 21:9 monitors, or consoles, yeah, PSVR, PS4 Pro, and also Microsoft Scorpio, we will always be looking to utilize them in some way. I can confirm that PS4 Pro and Xbox Scorpio will get some sort of improvements, but we can’t really talk about the Scorpio stuff at the moment, because not very much is known. You’ll have to wait until Microsoft themselves reveal more information on that.

He further talked about Project Cars 2 for PSVR saying that the studio is hard at work on it. He added that the reason why he can’t confirm the game releasing for PSVR is that there is a lot of work that remains to be done before that.

With PSVR we can’t confirm that it’s definitely coming, but our team are hard at work on it. The reason I can’t confirm that it’s definitely going to come out is because there’s a lot of work required to get the game running to our standards. Because of the two screens that you need, because of the frame rate that you need to keep up in order for the whole experience to be comfortable, and because of all the stuff we’re throwing into the game: a large number of competitors on the screen at the same time, all the weather features, the Live Track stuff that changes things dynamically, all of that adds great gameplay.

Project Cars 2 is an upcoming racing simulator game in development at Slightluy Mad Studios for PC, Xbox One and PlayStaiton 4.

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