We're really excited about Gran Turismo Sport, and hope it will come out this year, but it's not the only racing sim that should be on your radar.
Publisher Bandai Namco has also confirmed that the racing simulator will be playable at E3 2017. Slightly Mad had each manufacturer test and approve each vehicle's driving dynamics in order to provide the most accurate experience. Project Cars 2 gives drivers an open path to achieving their motorsport dreams.
The deal is just about to run out, so make sure you hop onto Steam and grab Project cars, here. Now, the first footage for Project CARS 2 has been revealed, and we already know when it'll be released.
If you're stoked for Project Cars 2, you can preorder the game now for $60 at Amazon.
Apple's HomePod Cranks Up the Price
A new iMac Pro computer, which Apple claims is the most powerful Mac ever made, will go on sale in December priced at $4,999. The company said its App Store has so far paid out $70 billion to developers, of which 30 per cent was made a year ago .
"Project CARS 2" will offer more than 60 locations and 170 cars to race on them, doubling that of its predecessor.
As you can see above, the game's been dated for 22 September on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4.
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