The original Project Cars looked pretty damn pretty, but the game was bogged down by lackluster mechanics and overall polish. Project Cars 2, however, aims to perfect that.
Not only does the teaser announcement hype the title, but the accompanying video features damn near real-life graphics. The trailer above is composed entirely of in-game footage, featuring the Corvette C7.R among other digital metal across various weather cycles. The game will also feature ice, dirt, snow and mud aside from traditional road courses.
In total, Project Cars 2 will feature 170 cars and 60 tracks to push the in-game vehicles to their limits. And, if your PC can push it, the game can be played across three panoramic monitors, each in 4K resolution.
Enthusiasts will have quite a few titles to choose from in 2017, but now we need to go take another look at Gran Turismo Sport as we anxiously await releases for both games. Project Cars 2 is scheduled for a late 2017 release for PS4, Xbox One and PC.