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The first Project Cars title wasn’t perfect by any stretch, but it was a welcome debut for the series. Between the wide-open vehicle/track catalogue and motorsport focus, it did well enough to warrant a sequel.
Now, as we’re but a day away from the first E3 2017 conferences, Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco have announced a 22 September release date for Project Cars 2.
The game, which was previously announced a while back, delivers a number of additions to the formula, starting with multi-class races.
Yep, much like real-world sportscar racing and the World Endurance Championship, you have the option of racing with much faster or much slower car classes.
Otherwise, the game starts you off with junior racing categories, such as karting, before progressing to more powerful and notable disciplines.
From Indycar and ice rallies to sportscar racing, check out the E3 trailer below.