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Project CARS 2 Gameplay Videos - Rallycross & Track Driving (GTPlanet)

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Project CARS 2 Gameplay Videos - Rallycross & Track Driving (GTPlanet)

GTPlanet has posted quite a few Project CARS 2 gameplay videos, featuring the Ferrari 488 GTB at Algarve International Circuit, Honda Civic at Circuit Rallycross De Lohéac and McLaren 720s at Bannochbrae.

 

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  1. Looks great but I may hold off if there is no demo for reviews and OS users because I found the first one a bear to race with, I cannot stay on the track like I can in most other racers.
    In other words- it's more realistic lol. Well, it is in many ways but I agree especially with a gamepad you needed to do a lot of tinkering to feel like you had much control. 
    Ronoko
    In other words- it's more realistic lol. Well, it is in many ways but I agree especially with a gamepad you needed to do a lot of tinkering to feel like you had much control.*

    Yes, it is more realistic and maybe it is true that I'm just not good enough for the game. I would hope they have some sort of way though to make the game accessible though. Give us the option of a rewind button like Forza (that can be disabled for people who think that is sacrilege).
    I am actually pretty decent at racing games though (from my experience) and I wonder if I cannot control the car then who else cannot? And I also know from the first game that a lot of OS guys here had some similar issues.
    I did some adjustments in Project Cars the first game here last week and it helped out a good bit but still, if I can't even do a full lap with no competition without crashing then I am really super hesitant if this is the game for me.
    This will be a day one purchase for me. The first one, after patches, has become one of the better racing sims on console. League racing does a lot to provide good human competition. As a wheel owner, I didn't have the issues many experienced with gamepad. I heard it was very difficult to get a good controller setting for it. The best thing to do is search the project cars forum on their site, as many of the devs have been kind enough to post their own setups.
    I read with the new one that many of the devs are spending a great deal of time with the gamepad this go around to make it more accessible for those without a wheel. Hopefully that can help with your enjoyment of the game. Also, if you are not tweaking your car's suspension  setup, tire configuration and downforce to each track, then you are missing out on truly improving the car's handling and maneuverability around the track you are racing.
    chunt04
    This will be a day one purchase for me. The first one, after patches, has become one of the better racing sims on console. League racing does a lot to provide good human competition. As a wheel owner, I didn't have the issues many experienced with gamepad. I heard it was very difficult to get a good controller setting for it. The best thing to do is search the project cars forum on their site, as many of the devs have been kind enough to post their own setups.
    I read with the new one that many of the devs are spending a great deal of time with the gamepad this go around to make it more accessible for those without a wheel. Hopefully that can help with your enjoyment of the game. Also, if you are not tweaking your car's suspension *setup, tire configuration and downforce to each track, then you are missing out on truly improving the car's handling and maneuverability around the track you are racing.

    That's great to hear! What wheel and what system are you using by the way?
    Great read here..
    https://www.destructoid.com/project-cars-2-is-coming-at-the-king-it-best-not-miss-443899.phtml
    Most importantly:
    "Tudor points to two major improvements that will make the sequel more accessible than its predecessor. Probably most important is that gamepad handling will be better right out of the box. Also, the menus are pared down to be less overwhelming to a casual player. All the depth and fine-tuning is still in there, but it's not cluttering things for the people who just want to get into a race that they can understand."
    Dogg, I'm currently using a Thrustmaster TX wheel with the Thrustmaster T3PA pedals and their TH8A shifter add on. The wheel has been awesome for the money. I have it all attached to a Playseat setup, so you don't have to worry about mounting the wheel to anything that is flimsy or wobbles while driving. It's been a great set up for me, I highly recommend it. 
    Heard a lot of good things about the first game, but never did get around to buying it. However, I need a good racing game or two for my PS4, so I'll definitely check this out as soon as it's released and I can pick it up!
    I didn't have much of an issue with the handling in PC 1. I made a few adjustments and it was fine. I still say it's the best racing game on consoles to date. Can't wait for 2.
    JMD
    I didn't have much of an issue with the handling in PC 1. I made a few adjustments and it was fine. I still say it's the best racing game on consoles to date. Can't wait for 2.

    I think it really depends upon the car the more that I go back and visit the original. I used a couple of cars and was just fine, then used a couple others and was like a drunk madman at the wheel.
    JustADumbGamer
    Heard a lot of good things about the first game, but never did get around to buying it. However, I need a good racing game or two for my PS4, so I'll definitely check this out as soon as it's released and I can pick it up!

    I'd recommend you buy it on the PS4. It's $19 either in the PSN store or Amazon. You don't need the complete edition which is $39, just the base edition. You can give it a try and see what you think.
    I'm sure you will like it but just think you should consider trying it because I know some folks hated it in regards to how it played out of the box.
    ODogg
    I'd recommend you buy it on the PS4. It's $19 either in the PSN store or Amazon. You don't need the complete edition which is $39, just the base edition. You can give it a try and see what you think.
    I'm sure you will like it but just think you should consider trying it because I know some folks hated it in regards to how it played out of the box.

    It's that cheap!? I'll definitely have to pick it up then, see if I like it enough to buy the second one! Thank you for bringing this to my attention, sir!
    The biggest things you'll need to change are the controller settings in the original menu. If you have a wheel you will need to set your force feedback settings and everything as well in the main menu. Then, remember that each individual car has it's own force feedback settings to further customize the feel. If a particular car gives you trouble, search it on youtube for a good setup on that particular track. It will help you greatly and allow you to enjoy the driving experience that this game has to offer.
    Lastly, I will say that tire temps make a HUGE difference in terms of grip on the track (as they should).

    • Lower/Raise tire pressures to achieve tire temps between 194-212 degrees F
    • Increase/Decrease Brake Ducts to keep brake temps between 1112-1292 degrees F
    • And also increase/decrease the Radiator to achieve engine water temps below or near 212 degrees F (100 degrees C).

    Hope this helps!
    I'll be buying it on Steam for the 2 hour refund guarantee. The first one was total crap for the first few months till they did some work on it.

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