Join The Project CARS 2 Q&A With Ian Bell, Head of Slightly Mad Studios

Project CARS 2 3687 February 16, 2017 by

Head of Slightly Mad Studios Ian Bell has been answering questions related to Project Cars 2 here in the GTPlanet Forums. In collaboration with Ian and SMS, we have created a dedicated Q&A thread to make it easier for members of our community to ask him questions and to organize his responses.

One of Ian’s latest posts confirms the developer is working on AI behaviour and personality levels, with a total of 7 different personality types confirmed so far. New videos showcasing the game’s to audio development will be released soon, with more improvements to come. “All of our audio is being redone. It’s epic for cars that are polished”, Ian states. We can expect on further growth in eSports support as well.

Would you like to learn more or post a question? Visit the Q&A thread here; please check the first post for general rules or any possible updates on questions that may have already been posted.

In case you’re interested in checking all the recent articles on Project CARS 2, please follow the links below:
As Project CARS 2 is scheduled to appear later this year, we appreciate the time Ian Bell is taking to interact with our community, and thank GTPlanet members Johnnypenso and TheKitten for their help in organizing and maintaining the very busy Q&A. As always, we’ll keep a close eye on all the latest news as it is revealed.

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