Project Cars 2 is coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC in late 2017. Crowdfunding on Slightly Mad Studio’s racing sim sequel began in 2015, months after the first game’s release. Expect more than 170 cars, 60 tracks, online championships and new racing disciplines to master.
At this point, I'm convinced that Project CARS isn't actually a racing game. It's a playable art installation that lets you take pretty pictures of cars. And things other than cars.
Sorry, Battlefield 3. Sorry, Crysis 2. Upcoming driving game Project CARS is here to kick your ass and take your crown.
Project CARS is a fascinating...project. It's a racing game that, while helmed by professionals (the team behind Shift 2), is also being worked on by large teams of fans.
The first step in creating a new Need for Speed game is making sure the screenshots look amazing. Slightly Mad Studios nails it with these screens for Shift 2 Unleashed.
Need for Speed Shift is about an apt a title as you'll find, referring not only to, obviously, its auto-racing genre, but also to EA's efforts to take the series in a new direction – namely, toward more serious simulation-style fare and away from the cops-and-robbers, anything-goes attitude of the game's predecessors.
Vaughn, commonly referred to as JR in racing circles, is a world-class drifter, which sounds an awful lot like a guy who just moves around from place to place, perhaps solving crimes along the way. Instead, he drifts in his car, having bested not only the top American drifting talents, but coming out on top in several…