Racers on Xbox One can look forward to a titan of a racing game this April as part of Microsoft’s monthly “Games With Gold” program. Previous big-name titles that have gone free as part of Games with Gold include Forza Motorsport 6 and its open-world counterpart, Forza Horizon 2.
If you loaded up Project CARS 2 earlier today — and you’re in Australia — you may have noticed a rather large update available. Weighing in at 4GB or so depending on platform, the size and timing make it clear: the horses are coming.
All the pretty horses. With news of a certain Prancing Horse marque’s upcoming DLC popping up over the weekend, we thought it was high time to focus on Ferrari in this, our latest Project CARS 2 Photo Mode Competition.
Did you catch all the action at the British Grand Prix last weekend? Raring to set your own open-wheel lap time around Silverstone? Slightly Mad Studios has lined up a new Project CARS 2 community event that you should find appealing, then.
Is it June already?! As Project CARS 2 players patiently wait for the upcoming Le Mans DLC expansion, we’re kicking off our latest Photo Mode Competition for the game. It isn’t quite the sunny fields of France, though…
The third expansion pack for Project Cars 2 got a bit of an early reveal on the Microsoft Store. This time around, Slightly Mad Studio is taking players to one of the most iconic races in the world — the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
We’re back with the latest in our ongoing Project CARS 2 Photo Mode Competition. For this, the 17th edition, we’re going to be focusing on one of the most iconic marques of all time. But first, we’ve got some hot topless action to attend to.
We’re kicking off the latest round of our Project CARS 2 Photo Mode Competition with some open-wheel action. In addition to that, we’ve got the most recent poll to vote on, featuring the track-only variation of McLaren’s hybrid hypercar. Read on for all the details.
Last month, Slightly Mad Studios added a heavy dose of Stuttgart to Project CARS 2. The Porsche Legends Expansion not only brought nine new models from the famous marque, but the company’s Leipzig test course as well.