Project Cars 2 is going to be Slight Mad Studio’s next sequel to the original Project Cars title. Earning it’s name as being the most authentic simulator at times, Slight Mad Studio has just confirmed some juicy details about Project Cars 2 for gamers going to the Xbox One X.
Joining the cast of native 4K titles for the Xbox One X, Slightly Mad Studio’s has just confirmed that project Cars 2 will run at native 4K thanks to the Xbox One X’s shear horsepower compared to the PlayStation 4 Pro. In an interview with Stephen Viljoen, the game director on duty at Slightly Mad Studios, GamersNet reported:
“Yes, Project CARS 2 will run 4K / 60 natively on Xbox One X. […] We are not ready to define the exact resolution on PlayStation 4 Pro yet.”
PC gamers have been among the first to push Project Cars to the forefront at 12K, and with the Xbox One X locking in 4K/60FPS natively, it’s really amazing to see what’s possible on Project Cars 2.
Project Cars 2 will be available on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on the September 22, 2017.