Project Cars 2 Games · Xbox, PC, PS4 · Entry-level, Mid-range

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About Project Cars 2

Project Cars 2 offers 140 track layouts at 60 different locations, with over 180 cars to choose from. In total, there are 29 categories of motorsport to choose from; spanning track, road, rallycross and off-road racing. Races evolve lap by lap thanks to dynamic track and weather conditions.

Our recommendation: Who's it for?

Gamers seeking a variety of cars and racing action that are easily accessible (if using a wheel) and fun to play, should check out Project Cars 2. Whilst it lacks the consistency of a true-to-life simulation, it's very enjoyable and has stunning visuals.

Reviews from the webScore: 4.0 / 5

Game Crate (9/10)
"Speaking as someone who has never been heavily invested in racing games, Project CARS 2 blew me away. It won't hold your hand and it isn't afraid to challenge you, but it will reward your efforts with hard-earned success."
VGprofessional (8.8/10)
"Project Cars 2 is an excellent racing game, continuing its legacy of appealing to hardcore or simple racers. Full of love for the motorsport, Slightly Mad Studios added so much content that you probably won't get bored for a long time, yet still has its flaws when it comes to AI and illogical collision system."
God is a Geek (8/10)
"AI issues aside, Slightly Mad Studios has put together an astoundingly deep racing simulator with an enormous amount of content."
"Despite the Race Director that has it out for the player, and some issues with perspective in cockpit view, Project CARS 2 is one of those games that can fill an entire niche on its own."
Gamers Heros (7/10)
"Project CARS 2 demands some serious time investment, for better or worse. The handling takes getting used to, but the amount of cars, tracks, and variables makes it a worthwhile title for those looking to get some racing action in."
Cubed3 (7/10)
"This is a game made by fans for fans, and while it's not perfect, it's unique, and a hell of a lot of fun."

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