Game developer Slightly Mad Studios has released a new developer diary video for the racing game Project Cars 2. The game has been in developent since last year.
The new video gives viewers insight in the game's development process and shows driver Patrick Long testing the game as he discusses the work that goes into making sure vehicle handling feel authentic.
The sequel to the original game will feature over 170 new vehicles from several iconic brands and will feature support for virtual reality headsets. In addition, the PC version of the game will also support 12K resolution.
Project Cars 2 will once again feature RallyCross and Indycar vehicles as well as several new vehicle types.
The game will also include a full day-night cycle and a dynamic weather system that may influence a vehicle's performance. The number of tracks included in the game has not been revealed yet.
Project Cars 2 is scheduled to launch in September 2017 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.