The Extreme Global Sport of Rallycross Hurtles into Project Cars 2

Rallycross – one of the world’s most thrilling and action-packed motorsports, will come fully-loaded to Project CARS 2 with an array of licensed cars and tracks in late 2017.

Unleashing superstar drivers and their popping, anti-turbo-lag fire-cracking 600-horsepower race cars in arenas crammed with passionate fans, Rallycross is a sharp, loud and violent motorsport. Which features the quickest accelerating cars on earth hurtling over 70-foot jumps and fighting side-by-side on dirt and asphalt tracks.

Merging the authentic physics, unsurpassed visual fidelity, and superior driving dynamics synonymous with the Project CARS franchise along with a technical partnership with one of the sport’s most legendary teams (OMSE), Rallycross—a global phenomenon where violent contact at breakneck speeds is just one part of an adrenaline-churning show—is coming unbridled to virtual racers with Project CARS 2.

The development of Rallycross for Project CARS 2 has seen developers Slightly Mad Studios sign real-world Honda Factory Global Rallycross racing stars Mitchell deJong and Oliver Eriksson as consultants. Along with a technical partnership with their employers, fabled Rallycross team OMSE—19 X Games medals, winners of every Rallycross championship title in the US, and official suppliers of Supercar Lites Rallycross cars worldwide. Rallycross in Project CARS 2 will deliver both officially-licensed cars and tracks, and a faithful recreation of this exhilarating and unique motorsport.

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Project CARS 2 drivers will experience the rush of driving purpose-built Rallycross cars such as Mitchell and Oliver’s Honda Civic Coupe on scanned real-world Rallycross tracks including US-based DirtFish and Daytona, Lånkebanen in Norway, and the track where it all began half-a-century ago—Lydden Hill in the UK.

Authenticity doesn’t get any more real!

A new trailer featuring intense Rallycross action that will find its way to Project CARS 2 drivers can be accessed and embedded from the following YouTube link

Project CARS 2 is currently rated PEGI 3. The game will be released in late 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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