Project Cars was an interesting racing game that had a lot of promise. And, it was kind of fun playing in VR even though the performance of it left a lot to be desired.
Later this year though, Project Cars 2 will look to take racing to the next level and for those with an Oculus Rift or an HTC Vive, thie news that this game was made with VR in mind should make them very happy.
The game will feature over 170 licensed cars for you to drive around in and a plethora of racing tracks to choose from. Not only will the graphics get a nice little bump, but the physics will be improved upon as well.
As mentioned earlier, if you have an HMD, you'll be in for a treat playing it in VR. Get a wheel, put on a VR setup, and get lost in racing around the world. If you don't have a VR rig but have access to say, three 4K monitors, you can play Project Cars 2 in triple 4K display.
Project Cars 2 will make its way to the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The development team isn't committing to PSVR support, but they'll see what they can do. I can't wait to try this one out when it's out later this year.