Slightly Mad Studios, the developers of Project Cars 2 (which was announced in June of last year), have updated the development status of the game and posted a few new screenshots of it to boot. The game, which is the sequel to the well-received 2015 Project Cars, has shifted to the quality control stage, when the game is tested.
Despite how far along the game is, the executive producer of Slightly Mad has said that we shouldn’t expect to see the game in the first half of 2017, as the game going into quality control means that for the next seven months (or somewhere around there) the game will be undergoing testing in order to get rid of as many bugs and problems with the game as possible.
With the game not coming out in the first half of 2017, the studio has instead said that Project Cars 2 will likely be getting pre-release information sometime in September.
While we don’t really have any indication of what all will be included in the Project Cars sequel, we can likely expect that it will be more of the same that we got in the first Project Cars game, along with hopefully even more, not to mention what’s likely more polish and better mechanics, including a better career mode and more.
While we won’t be getting Project Cars 2 for at least seven or even nine more months, we can still be on the lookout for any new screenshots (like the ones that come with this article) or any new gameplay, which we might see over the next few months as Slightly Mad Studios starts to show off how the game looks.
In the meantime, at least 2017 has a wide variety of other games that are going to be coming out on a variety of consoles to keep us occupied until then, especially considering Forza Horizon 3 doesn’t show any signs of slowing down yet.