The release date announcement also means Project CARS 2 has a chance of being released nearly alongside its arch rival Forza Motorsport 7.
"Bandai Namco has revealed that Slightly Mad Studios" new racing game, Project CARS 2, will be released on September 22nd.
Find the latest trailer just above.
Publisher Bandai Namco has also confirmed that the racing simulator will be playable at E3 2017.
Career mode gives the player the ability to choose how they begin their career (with a kart, for example, or any of the 9 types of motorsports available), and achieve greatness in whatever method the player likes. You'll find vehicles and tracks from Le Mans and GT racing, Global Rallycross Championship, Formula 1, and IndyCar.
Capturing all the thrills of motorsport means drivers competing in any auto, anytime, anywhere, off- and-online, against both in-class competitors and other classes too. The firm has been sticking with that phrase for a while, but we now know it'll be released for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC worldwide on the 22 September 2017. It has over 10 years of pedigree in racing games, and Project CARS represents the culmination of all that experience and heritage.
Based on the trailer, this looks like it could be the ultimate game for fans of every racing discipline on the face of the planet. Project cars is also VR compatible if you have an Oculus Rift.