Slightly Mad Studios just released a new Project Cars 2 trailer. While the graphics looks fantastic, everyone is hoping the game will have a better physics model than its previous iteration.
As always, the collection of cars is quite impressive. The latest E3 trailer reveals Rallycross cars, Indycars, GTE cars, Daytona prototypes, GT1 racers, time attack machines and a whole lot of classic racing hardware. The developers have also added snow and ice this time around which should offer a new challenge to gamers.
As far as content goes, they seem to have nailed it. Apparently, they have a new handling model in place which should improve the overall experience.
More details including gameplay footage will be released during E3 2017. Project Cars 2 is slated for a worldwide release on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 on September 22, 2017.