Even though Slightly Mad Studios is releasing Project Cars 2 later this year, some people were worried it would be more of the same as the first game. It sounds like the game will be a proper sequel after all.
Red Bull had a chance to interview Andy Tudor who is the creative director for Project Cars 2. He says that the game will not just be an update of the previous game.
He said: “Yeah, absolutely, it’s not Project CARS 2017, and there will not be a Project CARS 2018, it’s not a sports franchise iterative sequel – it’s just as ambitious as the first title.”
Judging from his response, the game will offer a lot more than what people expect. It’s not going to be just small changes like we often see with something like Madden or FIFA every year.
In the same interview, Tudor also confirmed that the game will not be released for the Nintendo Switch. The first game was announced for Wii U, but that version eventually got cancelled.
Project Cars 2 will be out in late 2017 for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game will make use of the PS4 Pro, although Slightly Mad Studios says to wait for Microsoft on news about Scorpio support.