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Project CARS 2 on Sale - 80% Off Standard & Deluxe Editions, All DLC 50% Off via Steam

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Project CARS 2

Project CARS 2 on Sale - 80% Off Standard & Deluxe Editions, All DLC 50% Off via Steam

Steam is currently selling Project CARS 2, with an 80% off discount. The Standard Edition, which usually sells for $59.99, can be had for $11.99, while the Deluxe Edition is on sale for $17.99, usually going for $89.99. The offer ends in 44 hours, as of this post.

The original Project CARS is also on sale, via Steam for $5.99, 80% off the original $29.99 price. Just like the Project CARS 2 sale, all of the DLC is marked 50% off.

For those that are curious, Project CARS 2 is still full price, at $59.99 on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

FEATURES

  • 180+ elite- brand race & road cars
  • Full 12K & VR Support
  • Tested & tuned by pro drivers & gamers for true-to-life handling
  • Real-world-derived career progression
  • All-new motorsports (IndyCar, Oval Racing, rallycross) join old favorites incl. GT3
  • Dynamic surface & weather physics affect vehicle performance & handling in real-time
  • New loose surface racing (ice, dirt, mud)
  • Full 24-hour cycle with real-time atmospheric conditions & seasonal ambience
  • Accessible gamepad handling & wide-ranging wheel support
  • Class-leading Esport capabilities incl. Online Championships

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If you missed our Project CARS 2 review, read it here.

Slightly Mad Studios has taken everything good from their first effort and added even more. The sheer amount of depth and customization available in this title is groundbreaking on a console, and while it may seem intimidating to newcomers, SMS has set the bar even higher than most anticipated. PC2 allows one to race however they want, the way they want, and with who they want to race. All a community can ask is that a development team delivers a fun, realistic, customizable title, and SMS does that and so much more. I am fully aware of how many solid racing titles have dropped this year, but PC2 is a title that needs, check that, demands to be in your rotation of games. If you miss out on this title, you are doing yourself a grave injustice in the world of gaming.

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  1. Deepest Console Racing Sim ever. There’s nothing close. It’s surprising how much they pack in the console version of this game.
    Its not easy so it may frustrate those who want a simple pickup and play racer like GTS. If you want to race on the best tracks in the World then get this game. The track roster is IMMENSE
    PC2 surprisingly  has a very good rally mode. I’ve had this game for 2 1/2 years and only last year discovered rally mode in the career section and was blown away.  That said, even if you play this game regularly for the next two years there will still be cars and tracks and you haven’t even tried.
    Just be warned that you can’t just go full speed and throw any car around any track. This is a simulator and not  just a game. I suggest a full race weekend before you do any race. You can Practice for as long as you need in order to get the feel of the car and track. Then you can Qualify which gives you an idea of how you stack up.  Then head to the starting grid for the Race
    slthree
    Deepest Console Racing Sim ever. There’s nothing close. It’s surprising how much they pack in the console version of this game.
    Its not easy so it may frustrate those who want a simple pickup and play racer like GTS. If you want to race on the best tracks in the World then get this game. The track roster is IMMENSE
    PC2 surprisingly *has a very good rally mode. I’ve had this game for 2 1/2 years and only last year discovered rally mode in the career section and was blown away. *That said, even if you play this game regularly for the next two years there will still be cars and tracks and you haven’t even tried.
    Just be warned that you can’t just go full speed and throw any car around any track. This is a simulator and not *just a game. I suggest a full race weekend before you do any race. You can Practice for as long as you need in order to get the feel of the car and track. Then you can Qualify which gives you an idea of how you stack up. *Then head to the starting grid for the Race,*

    I agree with most of what you said. However, just to be sure you aren't accidently misleading someone who is not familiar with the game, there is no rallying in this game, just rallycross. They are totally different racing styles even though they use the pretty much the same cars.
    mercalnd
    I agree with most of what you said. However, just to be sure you aren't accidently misleading someone who is not familiar with the game, there is no rallying in this game, just rallycross. They are totally different racing styles even though they use the pretty much the same cars.

    I don’t know anything about rally and didn’t realize that rally cross was something entirely different. All I know is that the cars are cool and you go on dirt or snow tracks. It was part of a career progression and I really enjoyed it when I didn’t expect to
    slthree
    I don’t know anything about rally and didn’t realize that rally cross was something entirely different. All I know is that the cars are cool and you go on dirt or snow tracks. It was part of a career progression and I really enjoyed it when I didn’t expect to

    Rally is point to point racing (called stages), one car at a time. Whoever has the best overall time at the end of all stages wins the rally.

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