Project CARS 2 Porsche Legends Pack Racing in on March 2018 Gio Sarmiento February 15, 2018 Console Games, Digital, PC GamesSlightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia are excited to announce that the second expansion to Project CARS 2, The Porsche Legends Pack, will be available across all platforms in early March this year.Seventy years have passed since the launch of the very first Porsche road car in 1948 ― the Porsche 356 ― in celebration of Porsche’s 70th anniversary. comes the Project CARS 2 ‘Porsche Legends Pack’The ‘Porsche Legends Pack’ will come with: 9 legendary cars hand-picked from the history of Porsche, one FIA-certified track intimately associated with Porsche―a first in any simulated racing game, 20 liveries, nine community events, and five new career events, all carefully created to integrate into the Porsche experience.The 9 Porsche cars include their current GT-runner, the 2017 Porsche 911 RSR that will add this elite brand into Project CARS 2’s already essential line-up of GT racers.The 911 RSR will join eight more historically significant Porsches picked from the last 70 years, such as the 1972 Porsche 917/10―the car dubbed the “Can-Am Killer”―an analogue monster whose 5-litre flat-12 boxer was mated to two massive big-box turbos to create what many consider the most brutal car (1,200bhp!) in sportscar history.Update 4 for PC (Steam)Ahead of the ‘Porsche Legends Pack’, Slightly Mad Studios has released a new Update 4 for Project CARS 2 for PC (Steam), which will be available imminently for the Xbox One, and PS4.Update 4 includes numerous performance and stability improvements, gameplay balance tweaking, UI and render enhancements, and extensive AI improvements across many locations and vehicle classes.For full details, follow this link.Project CARS 2 is available for the PlayStation 4 system, Xbox One, and PC. Find out more and keep up-to-date at the official Project CARS 2 website. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.