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.
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.
Last week, Slightly Mad Studios pushed out a surprise Project CARS 2 update for PC players. Now PS4 sim racers have the opportunity to try the new patch, which includes a free car and two new track layouts.
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.
Project CARS 2’s latest patch has arrived on Xbox One. Patch 2.0 arrived on PS4 earlier this week and now those who play on Microsoft’s console can enjoy the improvements. Slightly Mad Studios has tweaked many parts of the game including a much-needed fix related to the game’s career mode.
The latest “Update 2.0” for Project CARS 2 brings a whole host of fixes and improvements to the racing title. These changes include tweaks to sound design, AI behavior, and driving assists on gamepad. Changes to the user interface have also been made, introducing features like a new pit stop progress indicator and race countdown for online lobbies.