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Ferrari powers on to Project Cars 2

Slightly Mad Studios have announced that racing sequel Project Cars 2 will feature ten faithfully reproduced Ferraris.

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Slightly Mad Studios have announced that Project Cars 2 will feature ten faithfully reproduced Ferraris.

The Project Cars series is all about authenticity and accuracy, and the thought of seeing some of Maranello’s finest modelled in Slightly Mad’s upcoming racing sequel is a mouth-watering prospect. Particularly when that lineup begins with the 1967 Ferrari 330 P4, and ends with the modern-day Ferrari 488 GT3, and LaFerrari hypercar.

Stephen Viljoen, game director for Project CARS 2, said in a press statement:

“Curating and selecting Ferraris from over 80 years’ worth of motorsport history was both a challenge and a joy. Our fans’ number one request after Project CARS 1 was to bring Ferrari to our game. We’re proud and really excited to have managed to bring this legendary brand to the franchise. Recreating their handling and legendary performance was a top priority for us.”

Andy Tudor, creative director at Slightly Mad Studios, added:

“Having Ferrari in Project CARS 2 is fantastic news for our drivers, but it also comes with its own unique set of challenges. With so much pedigree and expectation, getting the feel of these Ferraris right, in-game, was a massive responsibility for us. Fans and drivers of both Project CARS 2 and Ferrari expect something special, they expect the cars in-game to echo all the hallmarks of what it is to drive some of Maranello’s greatest-ever cars. We can’t wait to get our drivers into these Ferraris and let them experience what we’ve achieved. These cars are truly special.”

Project Cars 2 – Ferrari lineup

  • Ferrari 330 P4
  • Ferrari 365 GTB4 Competizione
  • Ferrari 288 GTO
  • Ferrari F40 LM
  • Ferrari F333 SP
  • Ferrari F50 GT
  • Enzo Ferrari
  • Ferrari 488 GT3
  • Ferrari 488 GTE
  • LaFerrari

Project Cars 2 – which looked very promising when we got behind the wheel at this year’s E3 – will be released on 22nd September, 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.


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