Project Cars 2 is Coming, Will be Crowdfunded

If you dreamed of being a Rallycross spotter, now's your chance.


Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios announced that it's making a sequel to its car simulator. Just like the first, Project Cars 2 will be crowdfunded and tested by the community.

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In a post on the game's website, the developer outlined the additions and improvements coming to the sequel. Among the changes are more tracks and motorsports, such as Rallycross and hill climbs. The game will also feature cooperative careers for players who want to take the role of spotters, co-pilots, or drivers. Additionally, the studio is focusing on making Project Cars 2 a platform for expansion,

This game will be funded via the studio's World of Mass Development crowdfunding platform, and players will be able to assist in development along the way. Contributors will get access to PC builds and will be able to give feedback on the status of the game.

You can read our review of the first Project Cars here. The sequel is planned for PC (including SteamOS), Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

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