Take to the road in the official Project Cars 2 free demo, now on PC and console.
Bandai Namco have released a free demo of Slightly Mad Studios’ stupidly detailed racing game, Project Cars 2.
The new demo lets players get behind the wheel of a Ferrari 488 GT3, a Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4, and a Formula Renault 3.5, and take on three different racing scenarios.
The demo features two Red Bull Ring track variations, giving players the opportunity to sample the game’s laser-scanned environments, and advanced weather simulations. It also offers a preview of the full game’s upcoming Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro enhancements, as well as the PC version’s virtual reality mode.
In related news, existing Project Cars 2 players can pick up the Japanese Car Pack DLC that was previously available as one of those dastardly pre-order bonuses.
Project Cars 2 – and the its demo – are available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
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