Project CARS 2 Fun Pack DLC Detailed

Project CARS 2 91 November 29, 2017 by

Slightly Mad Studios has detailed the latest DLC pack for Project CARS 2. The aptly named “Fun Pack” will offer eight new vehicles and two tracks for players to get stuck into.

It’s abundantly clear from the name alone that the Fun Pack will add cars that will be a hoot to throw around. Two current rallycross cars will be added to the game as Matthias Ekstrom’s Audi S1 EKS RX Quattro, and Petter Solberg’s Citroën DS3 RX Supercar reach the title. The racers will add an injection of adrenaline to the growing RX content of Project CARS 2.

Interestingly, three new vehicles from professional drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. are up for grabs. The American has driven some awesome cars through the years and the selection being added to the game looks great. Players will get the chance to drive two of his favorite Mustangs — The RTR Spec-5D, and the ’66 RTR. Jr.’s other contribution is a Ford Bronco affectionately known as “Brocky”.  The 600hp creation is one of the standouts from the pack and should be fun to throw around on the many tracks of Project CARS 2.

Rounding off the pack’s car content, we have three Group B legends. It really doesn’t matter how often cars from this class turn up, they’re always fun. The Ford RS200 Evolution, Renault R5 Maxi Turbo, and Audi Sport Quattro S1 promise old-school sideways speed on launch.

New track content includes two new rallycross circuits: Circuit De Barcelona-Catalunya Rallycross and Brands Hatch Rallycross Historic. The two new circuits are the perfect companions for a list of modern and classic car additions. A historic RX version of Brands Hatch is particularly interesting and should be a fun drive.

As it stands, SMS has yet to set a date for the Fun Pack. We’ll be keeping an eye on the official channels for release and pricing info so stick with GTPlanet for the latest news on Project CARS 2.

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