Project Cars 2 is On the Way, with Much-Improved Graphics | AIB
Slightly Mad Studios developed a racing simulator in 2015 that aimed to be as exact as possible to a real race, and in pursuit of perfection followed by technological progress comes its second part, Project Cars 2 by Bandai Namco.
The changes have been many and for the better. You will be able to enjoy about 170 vehicles, 30 categories of different cars and 60 tracks accurately recreated, adding what more to advanced concerning its predecessor, a complete simulation of the climate.
The time at which it takes place, the geographic location where the track or the season of the year is made, make the environment change as well as the conditions of the race, being dynamic all locations and recreated even with their particular sunrises or sunsets Sun. All the climatic experience has guided by sound, where unlike other games of this type we can hear beyond the engine.
Water falling on the windshield and pavement, wind and tire sounds are just a few of the things that complement the race. No detail gets you out of the trance you walk into after you start. See how the water evaporates or feel how the tires wear out with temperatures, you should be aware of your environment and not just tighten the throttle.
The title also comes with a self-imposed challenge, creating a competitive world within as well as traditional car racing, including tools that allow you to broadcast the race as you see it on television.
If you are a good player and you care about being clean during your games, you will be paired with people who play the same way. On the other hand, if you engage in driving in the opposite direction throughout the race and crash your rivals, you will end up running with people who enjoy playing the same way you do.
The game has not been limited, and that is why it will be released for PC, Xbox, and PlayStation next September 22. If you are a fan of motorsports and video games, do not miss the opportunity to try it out.