Following on from the Career mode in Project CARS, Nanci Bandai have given us some details on what to expect from the Career in Project CARS 2.
Project CARS 2’s single-player career mode now spreads 29 motorsport types out over 6 Tiers and 5 unique disciplines.
You can choose to race their way up through grassroots motorsports such as Karts, Formula Rookie or Ginetta Juniors, all the way to series such as IndyCar, and the GT3-based Pirelli World Challenge, it up to your how you define your career.
Project CARS 2 has a Tier system that allows you choose to follow one motorsport discipline all the way from Tier 6 to Tier 1 (GT cars for instance), or jump between the 5 disciplines and race in open-wheels, GT, prototypes, rallycross, and touring cars.
The 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. This also now includes “modern classic” revival-style race series which includes Group 5 GTs, Group A touring cars and Group C prototypes, closely echoing real-world historic events that feature upcoming stars and grizzled veterans racing sublime historic cars on modern circuits.
Project CARS releases on September 22.