Project Cars 2 is currently scheduled for release later this year, and developer Slightly Mad Studios has published a trailer showing off some of the visuals and environments that players can expect in the full game. The video focuses on the McLaren 720s, a brand-new supercar revealed in March at the Geneva Motor Show.
Although it’s only a short trailer, it gives a glimpse at the visual fidelity and detail that the developer is shooting for. And, at least from what can be seen, it’s shaping up to be a very good-looking game. The video shows off the McLaren racing on the Long Beach Grand Prix track.
It also gives an idea of some of the weather and time-of-day effects, graphical details on the car, and urban environments that will be in the game. You can check out the trailer for yourself above.
Project Cars 2 is coming for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. No exact release date has been announced, but the developer estimated in January that it would be “Septemberish.” Back in February, GameSpot sat down with Slightly Mad to learn more about the game and how it’s improving and changing from the original. It will feature a full 24-hour weather cycle and a system called LiveTrack 3.0, which dynamically varies road conditions. In addition, the developer announced that the game will feature support for virtual reality headsets and 12K resolution on PC.