Today, developer Slightly Mad Studios and publisher Bandai Namco revealed the full 60 track line-up for their upcoming racing simulator: Project CARS 2.
With 60 tracks chosen from different locations and 139 individual layouts, your choice of tracks in Project CARS 2 is much greater than the previous game. Each track is said to feature breakthrough LiveTrack 3.0, which ensures that every track features 4 seasons of dynamic weather, day-to-night transitions, and snow, rain, mist, wind, mud, gravel, and more that affects the 180-plus cars’ grip and handling.
In addition to the expanded track-line up, Project CARS 2, unlike its predecessor, is being built from the ground-up with eSports in mind, and will include in-game racing license accreditation, dedicated director/broadcaster functionality, and streaming integration. The sequel will also allow now for all classes of car to race to together, a feature that was criticized for its absence in the first game.
Project CARS 2 is set to cost $59.99 USD when it launches on September 22nd for PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
Additionally, be sure to check out our post detailing the game’s digital preorder bonuses and season pass, as well as our previous story on developer Slightly Mad Studios’ new Hollywood blockbuster game deal.
Below, you can view the full track line-up:
|Circuit||Number of layouts|
|Azure Circuit (Monaco)||1|
|Circuit de Catalunya||3|
|Circuit of the Americas||3|
|Dubai Autodrome (Kart)||1|
|Lankebanen (Hell) RX||1|
|Le Mans (Kart)||1|
|Le Mans 24 Hours||1|
|Le Mans Bugatti||1|
|Mercedes Ice Lake||Multiple|
|Red Bull Ring||2|
|Texas Motor Speedway||Multiple|