2017 was an important year indeed for the gaming industry. Filled with all kinds of madness, enthusiasm and joy, the fierce competition has allowed brands to think about what consumers actually want. Project Cars 2 made its way on the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 family of devices on the 22nd of September. With the title marking it’s second month since it’s launch, the folks over at Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco have decided to release a demo on all three platforms allowing gamers to experience what they have to offer.
In a world where Forza Motorsport 7 and GT Sport are becoming the part of a major rants and debates, Project Cars 2 does have to have it’s slice of the cake. Bandai Namco has chosen to showcase two maps in the demo along with the option of three diverse cars giving a feel for what Project Cars 2 has to offer. Not only does the demo want you to buy the full game, but it also wants to make sure that you could be informed about what you’re opting in for if you’re a racing enthusiast.
The demo is currently available online at respective online marketplaces such as the PlayStation Store and Steam. We would high recommend users to at least give the title try. I’m sure you’ll be delighted.