Project CARS 2 and Gran Turismo Sport are two of 2017’s biggest racing games, and they’re both set to duke it out on track for the hearts and minds of driving die-hards at some stage this year.

It’s no secret the Slightly Mad Studios team are gunning for the big, mainstream first-party racing series like Gran Turismo and Forza Motorsport – it was part of their audacious original pitch to unwilling publishers in the first place – but the developer is pushing harder than ever for Project CARS 2.

With a long history of incredible commercial success behind it the Gran Turismo series remains very much the big wheel down at the cracker factory (in terms of racing games only the Need for Speed and Mario Kart series have shifted more copies) but it’s clear now Gran Turismo Sport will actually have less content and fewer features than Project CARS 2.

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Source: 3 Ways Project CARS 2 Could Trump Gran Turismo Sport

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