E3 2017: Project Cars 2 Interview With Andy Tudor

Slightly Mad Studios racing title is getting a sequel, and we get some insight on what's changed and what's new.


Project Cars was received pretty well by fans, prompting the announcement soon after release in 2015 that there would be a Project Cars 2. Developer Slightly Mad Studios has been hard at work on the sequel, and has revealed that it will now launch on September 22. Andy Tudor, creative director on Project Cars 2, stopped by to talk about the game, from the cars to the tracks and everything in between.

Check out the full video interview below:

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