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Slightly Mad Studios Announces Project to Cars 2

Slightly Mad Studios Announces Project to Cars 2

04Slightly Mad Studios has announced Project Cars 2. The game studio opened a project page on World of Mass Development, where gamers can sign up to support the project with a donation.

03 Slightly Mad Studios want to put more than 200 tracks and more than fifty locations in Project Cars 2, including tracks in the snow and mud. The game also needs a co-op and a career mode, where it is possible to play as a driver and also as co-pilot. Like the first Project Cars the studio wants to raise the money through crowdfunding. The more money you put on the table the more you get. People who fund more than 100 pounds will see their name back in the game as AI opponent.

System requirements

02The game needs a 64-bit version of Windows with at least a 2.66 GHz Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 or AMD Phenom II X4 940 and has at least. 4GB of memory. The graphics card must support DirectX 11.


The announcement follows quickly after the release of the first Project Cars, which came on the market this spring. It is still unknown when Project Cars 2 will appear, but at the first Project Cars there were years between the first announcement and release. Hopefully they have enough experience and content to release it on time.

Console and PC

01Project Cars 2 will be released for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam OS. The first official trailer of Project CARS showed also a release for the Nintendo Wii, but it is clear that a release for the Nintendo console will not happen. Not for the first Project CARS and not for Project CARS 2…


If you want to be part of this amazing team of developers, you can register on the project page on World of Mass Development. See you there! http://www.wmdportal.com/projectnews/announcing-project-cars-2-sign-up-now/

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