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Project CARS 2 Welcomes Porsche to Franchise

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“Porsche Passion” Featuring Patrick Long – Welcomes Porsche to the Project CARS Franchise

The second episode of the Project CARS 2: BUILT BY DRIVERS video series is available today, featuring Porsche, one of the most successful marques in motorsports history. “Porsche Passion”, stars three-time ALMS GT driver’s champion and class winner of both the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Rolex 24 at Daytona – Patrick Long.

The film documents how Long – the only North American employed as a factory racing driver by Porsche – tests and approves all the automaker’s in-game content in Project CARS 2 while explaining the unique cultural significance and rich racing heritage behind the elite German automaker.

Project CARS 2 is racing its way to a late 2017 launch in the Americas.

Porsche will come to the franchise for the first time in Project CARS 2 with 11 cars, ready to deliver the pedigree and performance of one of the world’s most coveted automotive brands along with the passion and intricate authenticity that is a hallmark of the Project CARS franchise.

Project CARS 2 Announced Features

- Over 170 licensed cars from the most iconic brands

- Largest track roster of any console racing game ever

- Full VR support

- Revamped pad handling 

The heat of competition: 

- All-new vehicle types & motorsport classes, plus old favorites (Rallycross, GT, and more)

- Robust e-Sports functionalities and all-new online championships 

The power of conditions: 

- Race on varying track surfaces including ice, tarmac or dirt tracks

- LiveTrack 3.0: Dynamic road surface transitions affect vehicle performance, grip, and handling in real-time with bleeding-edge tire physics and surface deformities

- Full 24-hour cycle faithfully recreates the atmospheric conditions and ambience of a specific time of year

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