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Project Cars 2 to release on September 22nd, new gameplay trailer released

09 June 2017, 04:21 | Gerardo Harmon

Project CARS 2 Puts its Foot on the Gas With September Release Date

Project Cars 2 release date announced in swanky E3 trailer

Trying to capture the soul of motorsport - also creepy after the below trailer's intro - the game expands in all directions from the original game, adding new disciplines of racing, new cars, new tracks and more demonic uprisings*.

Bandai Namco has also unveiled the game's E3 2017 trailer.

Are you going to pick up Project Cars 2 when it releases?

There's the multi-class action, where players will be able compete in different vehicle classes from throughout motorsport history. This is motorsport in Project CARS 2.

The deal is just about to run out, so make sure you hop onto Steam and grab Project cars, here.


A Limited Edition will be available via GAME in the United Kingdom, while an Ultra Edition is available through Amazon. This seems to indicate a more free path for building up your career, starting from karts and working your way up.

"Project CARS 2 delivers an unparalleled racing experience for players of all skill levels and driving desires".

Project CARS 2 is rated PEGI 3.

Project Cars 2 will be released Worldwide on September 22nd, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Finally, we know when the game will be hitting our consoles. The names, designs, and logos of all products are the property of their respective owners and used with permission.



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