Project CARS 2 – Driving Physics Impressions by ISRTV
John Sabol of Inside Sim Racing continues his coverage of the 2017 Electronic Entertainment Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
At the show floor, Slightly Mad Studios was promoting its upcoming Project CARS 2 title. ISRTV fans will know that John was not a big fan of the first Project CARS release. So lets find out if the second iteration of the PC/Console racer can change John’s opinion.
In this latest video report, John presents his first impressions of the driving physics, force feedback, graphics and AI of Project CARS 2. He tried two different car and track combos. The Thrustmaster booth featured the McLaren 720s at Bannochbrae where John used a VR headset and the brand new Sparco Evolve cockpit, while at the at the Bandai booth, John had a drive in the Ferrari 488 GT3 at teh Algarve International Circuit using VR on the CXC motion simulator.
Project CARS 2 the ‘ultimate driver journey’ will become available on 22 September 2017 for the PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Steam OS. On the consoles, PCars 2 will go head to head with upcoming heavyweights such as Forza Motorsport 7 and Gran Turismo Sport.
Official Webpage – www.projectcarsgame.com – www.isrtv.com