Project CARS 2 is in the works, with developer Slightly Mad Studios showing off the debut trailer to the game, and man - does it look GOOD.
Slightly Mad Studios is aiming for a late 2017 release of Project CARS 2, which will be released on the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. The game will have over 60 tracks, and 170 cars - a big increase over the 30 tracks, and 74 cars that launched with the original Project CARS.
Project CARS 2 will have you racing across ice, dirt, mud, and snow - as well as what seems like one of the best-looking dynamic weather systems, and realistic physics. Project CARS 2 will support triple 4K monitors for hardcore enthusiasts and pixel pushers like me, pushing a massive 11,520 x 2160.
The game will have VR support, which will provide another layer of immersion if you want to dive into virtual reality with Project CARS 2 when it's dropped later this year.