Project Cars is one of the biggest, most polished VR games to date, so we’ve understandably got high expectations for its sequel, Project Cars 2. The first VR footage of the game suggests that developer Slightly Mad Studios is set to meet those expectations.
Below are four new gameplay videos from the upcoming driving sim, all shot by the testing community. Each shows the game’s immersive cockpit view in various cars, tracks and weather conditions. We’re not surprised to see it looking in fighting form; in-car detail is amazing and tracks gleam in the sunlight.
Project Cars 2 hits PC on September 22nd with support for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. A PS4 version arrives on the same day, though sadly no confirmation of PlayStation VR (PSVR) support yet though the team says it’s hard at work on it.