With the Porsche brand now proudly joining the franchise, Project CARS takes the definitive step in solidifying its reputation as the most authentic and technically-advanced racing game on the planet.
The film, Project CARS 2: BUILT BY DRIVERS – “Porsche Passion” Featuring Patrick Long, follows three-time ALMS GT driver’s champion and class winner of both the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Rolex 24 at Daytona, Patrick Long, at home in Southern California, and at his world-renowned Luftgekühlt event in San Pedro, CA.
The film documents how Long, the only North American employed as a factory racing driver by Porsche, tests the automaker’s in-game content in Project CARS while explaining the unique cultural significance of this elite German automaker.
Along with Long’s storied association with Porsche, this film features all the digital creativity of cult automotive film-makers Donut Media, and showcases how Patrick Long’s passion and intimate knowledge for all things Porsche breathes life into the classic and modern Porsche cars in Project CARS 2.
Porsche will come to the franchise for the first time in Project CARS 2 with 11 cars ready to deliver all the pedigree of one of the world’s leading brands along with the passion and intricate authenticity that is a hallmark of the Project CARS franchise.
Project CARS 2 will be released in late 2017 and will come with the following Porsche cars: the 911 GT1-98, 911 GT3 R (991), 911 GT3 R Endurance (991), 911 GT3 RS, 918 Spyder, 935/77, 935/80, 936 Spyder, 962C, 962C Langheck, and the Cayman GT4 Clubsport.