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Project Cars 2 Career Mode revealed – deeper, more engaging and full of features!


It’s all well and good taking to the online world to race around with your mates, but the real draw of any game is in the Career mode. The one featuring in Project Cars 2 promises to be deeper, much more engaging and jam packed full of features.

Revealed today, you can expect to see a host of improvements over that found in the Career mode of the original Project Cars. In fact, there are so many refinements, additions and enhancements, that it may well allow you to experience the ultimate driver journey in ways you could hardly imagine.

Spread out across 29 motorsport types, six tiers and five unique disciplines, the Career Mode will bring a challenging, but hugely satisfying solo experience. You’ll get the chance to race your way up from the grassroots of motorsport, with the likes of Karts and Ginetta Juniors bringing you hot action, all the way to IndyCar and the GT3-based Pirelli World Challenge.

If you’d prefer, you can even jump straight into the more advanced Tiers in order to enjoy shorter action-packed careers.

The ultimate journey at the end of the day however is to enter the pantheon of motorsport legends. How you do that, is completely up to you. You may wish to dominate a championship year on year, or win the likes of the Indy 500 or Le Mans 24 Hours to show others your skills. Whatever challenge you choose, it promises to be greater than ever before.

But it wouldn’t be a sequel if it wasn’t for the refinements and the core of your career in Project CARS 2 is hidden within the Tier system that has been carefully fashioned to model that encountered by real-world drivers. Drivers can choose to follow one motorsport discipline all the way from Tier 6 to Tier 1, or jump between disciplines and race in open-wheels, GT, prototypes, rallycross, and touring cars, ensuring a depth of motorsport like no other racing game. This Tier system has been subjected to a careful overhaul in order to empower drivers to sample a far greater selection of the 180-plus cars and 40 tracks on offer in their main career stream.

Full or shortened calendars will be in place, whilst you can also scale the duration of each race or enable/disable practice and qualifying sessions at the start of each and every weekend. It is completely up to you.

Whatever you choose, you’ll need to be good though as the popular contract-offer system from Project CARS is also set to return. Again coming with an overhaul, it will ensure drivers have far more choices with which team they sign up for as they advance through their careers.
Also new to are the Manufacturer Drives that sees 14 of the world’s most iconic auto manufacturers: Ferrari, Porsche, Aston Martin and more, invite players to take on a series of epic challenger events. Should you be able to rise to the challenge and become a fully-fledged Factory Driver, then nothing less than immortality awaits.

The popular Invitational Events where drivers’ achievements throughout their careers unlock races that can be entered away from the normal career flow is also back but more improved. These voluntary events can now be entered at any time and drivers can play them as often as they want. These have been created to represent the variety of motorsport categories and car classes that drivers wouldn’t typically race in their core career.

With Invitational events, Trophies, Lifetime Goals and Accolades all to aim for as you progress through your career, Project Cars 2 will allow you to enjoy new and exciting ways to track their stats and achievements both online and off. The career mode in Project CARS 2 has been created to be the most accurate representation of a real-world driver’s career path while tailored to meet Project CARS 2 drivers’ individual needs and desires, and that is exactly what it sounds like Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco are going to produce.

We’ll only really find out when Project Cars 2 releases on Xbox One, PS4 and PC come 22nd September 2017. You’d be mad to miss it!

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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