Project Cars 2 Demo Now Available

Posted on 24 Nov 2017

Hardcore racing sim series Project Cars may not be for everyone, and the sequel has been out for a couple of months already; if you’re not sure if it’s your hastily-chugged-in-a-pit-stop cup of tea now’s your chance to find out. Today a demo for Project Cars 2 has been released on Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In it you’ll be able to drive the Ferrarri 488 GT3, Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 (pictured above), and the Formula Renault 3.5. Those are some tasty cars, and you’ll be able to throw them around the laser-scanned Red Bull Ring circuit.

Official Press Release

Project CARS 2 Official Logo – Color Border Spaced


Two months have passed since the release of Project CARS 2 and the community is racing hard and growing bigger day by day. Now, for those who haven’t yet had the opportunity to be part of the Ultimate Driver Journey, Slightly Mad Studios and BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment are proud to announce the Official Project CARS 2 Demo. The demo is scheduled for release on 23rd November, 2017 for PlayStation®4, Xbox One and PC.

The Official Project CARS 2 Demo was designed and created to allow players to get a taste of the racing action on offer in the full game. Experience why Project CARS 2 is one of the highest rated multi-platform racing games of the year. Jump into a Ferrari 488 GT3, Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4, and Formula Renault 3.5 and race at the laser-scanned Red Bull Ring.

Furthermore, the demo showcases the Xbox One X and PlayStation®4 Pro enhancements that will be rolled out in an imminent update, as well as the extensive virtual reality support in the PC version of Project CARS 2.

The three different types of cars have been precisely chosen to offer both a glimpse at the diverse motorsport disciplines available in the full game, as well as the sublime physics and handling of the in-game vehicles. The two track variations, set in a stunning landscape, highlight the visual and handling impact of the peerless weather simulation that racers will discover in Project CARS 2.

The three scenarios in the demo will test players with escalating challenges. Players will experience class-leading physics in various cars and conditions giving them a taste of what there is to be experienced in the full game.

For current Project CARS 2 owners, 21st November saw the Japanese Car Pack previously only offered as a pre-order bonus become officially available for purchase across all platforms.

Project CARS 2 is rated PEGI 3. The game is available for the PlayStation 4 system, Xbox One and PC.

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