If you’re looking for an insanely sweet looking racing game in 2017, Bandai Namco and Slightly Mad Studios have you covered. Project CARS 2’s pre-order is now available and we’ve also gotten some estimations on the release date for the game. It seems to be quite late in 2017 for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
You can pre-order the game from here.
LIMITED EDITION: Includes the full game, Sticker Sheet, Steelbook™, and the exclusive Japanese Cars Pack. This DLC will feature four cars from iconic Japanese manufacturers Honda and Nissan—two race cars dressed in distinctive liveries, one concept car and one road car. This limited edition has the same RRP as the Standard Edition and will be available on PS4, Xbox One and PC only at GAME.
COLLECTOR’S EDITION: Includes all the elements from the Limited Edition, plus a Esport Live VIP Pass, an Art Book, a 1/43 scale model car of the gorgeous McLaren 720S (Diecast in an exclusive SMS-R Stealth Satin livery), the Season Pass and the Motorsport Pack DLC*. Available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
ULTRA EDITION: This represents the most exclusive Project CARS edition ever created and is an absolute ‘must have’ for all Project CARS 2 fans. Limited to only 1,000 copies, it includes all the contents from the Collector’s Edition except for the 1/43 scale model McLaren 720S which is replaced by a 1/12 Resin McLaren 720S (in SMS-R Stealth Satin livery). The Ultra Edition then adds a signed poster, an individually-numbered Snapback cap and a McLaren Sketchbook – which is an official collaboration with McLaren that follows the development of the 720S (the successor to the 650S that launches McLaren Automotive’s Super Series into its second generation) from inception, through design, to engineering. The Ultra Edition is available on PS4, Xbox One and PC exclusively at Amazon.
Project CARS 2 will be fully-supported post-launch with new, bold additional content that will enhance and extend the overall experience. All these additions will be available to Season Pass holders.
There will be three special editions for the game, each with their exclusive adds. The limited edition bundle contains stickers, Car Pack, Steelbooks and a concept car and can only be bought at GAME.
The Collector’s edition and Ultra edition all come with a slew of goodies which includes art books, 1/43 scale models, Season Passes, DLCs, cars and a lot more, the complete details are above.
We’re excited for game undoubtedly and we may even see the game come out close to Xbox Scorpio’s release which is most probably in November. And it will certainly be fun to play the game on Native 4k on the new console beast.
For more updates, stay tuned.Project CARS 2 Release Date Set in Late 2017 – Pre-order Available and Versions Detailed