Have A Try Of Project CARS 2 With The Newly Released Demo

By Ashley Woodcock, 19 days ago
Despite being released in September this year, there's not a massive amount of tracked gamers who've played Slightly Mad Studios' Project CARS 2. Out of the current 2,080 that have played the game, 72 of you have dropped a rating on the title, giving it a respectable current score of 3.5/5 stars. If Andrew Ogley's Official Site Review wasn't enough to tempt you to check out the game then the release of the demo will be worth a look for a sample of the simulation racer.


Players will be able to take the Ferrari 488 GT3, Lamborghini Huracán LP610-4, and Formula Renault 3.5 for a spin on the laser-scanned Red Bull Ring. Slightly Mad Studios goes on to detail what else is available in the demo:

The three different types of cars have been precisely chosen to offer both a glimpse at the diverse motorsport disciplines available in the full game, as well as the sublime physics and handling of the in-game vehicles. The two track variations, set in a stunning landscape, highlight the visual and handling impact of the peerless weather simulation that racers will discover in Project CARS 2.

The three scenarios in the demo will test players with escalating challenges. Players will experience class-leading physics in various cars and conditions giving them a taste of what there is to be experienced in the full game.
On top of the demo release, those who already own the game will now be able to purchase the "Japanese Car Pack", which was previously only available to those who pre-ordered the game.

The Project CARS 2 demo is available to try out right now.

Check out our Best Racing Games article for a compilation of other great games in this genre.
Ashley Woodcock
Written by Ashley Woodcock
Assistant News Manager for TrueAchievements and member of the Newshounds team since 2010. Lover of completions, tough achievements, shooters, action, adventure and racing titles, hip-hop, Wu-Tang, NBA, and my Scooby. I can be found working on the never-ending backlog which you can see my progress on via my TA blog.