More Leipzig Layouts are Coming to Project CARS 2

Project CARS 2 13 March 7, 2018 by

Project CARS 2 players received another track in the game’s huge lineup yesterday. The Leipzig test center was part of the new Porsche Legends DLC pack — and it sounds like it was just the beginning for the FIA-certified circuit.

Those that have tried the track since it touched down yesterday have found a lone layout. The “Porsche Leipzig on-road circuit” is a 2.84-mile long stretch of the track in Project CARS 2. This nine-corner layout does include some of the world’s most famous corners, like Monza’s Lesmo and Spa’s Bus Stop.

But there’s also the Green Hell’s Karussell, and Laguna Seca’s Corkscrew. Those are visible in the track’s infield, but sadly unavailable in its current layout.

Slightly Mad Studios’ Andy Garton, head of development, posted on the official forums that that won’t always be the case, however. “We are going to include a couple of additional track layouts (probably ‘Dynamic Strecke’ and ‘Short über Laguna’) to Leipzig in the next update,” said Garton. “I’m sorry these weren’t done in the first place.”

That’s great news for PCARS2 players. One of the game’s strongest features is its massive track list, and the Greatest Hits nature of Leipzig feels like a natural fit for the roster. Who doesn’t want to travel across the globe in a single lap?

With the Porsche pack just landing this week, and the last update not long ago, there’s no timeline for when players can expect more Leipzig layouts quite yet. We’ll have more news on PCARS2 as it comes in, so stay tuned.

Thanks to Spitfire77 for the tip!

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