Rod Chong Discusses VR, eSports and the Making of Hyper-Realistic Project Cars 2 Driving Game

Rod Chong, COO of Slightly Mad Studios tells VRFocus‘s Nina Salomons what it was like making Project Cars 2. This high end driving simulator was showcased in Shoreditch, London where racing drivers, influencers, press as well as friends and family were allowed to attend. Nina tried out Project Cars 2 and gives VRFocus a little previous video here

In this interview Chong tells VRFocus about the overwhelmingly positive feedback for the game, with over 170 cars and 60+ tracks, new weather conditions including new races such as Rally Cross racing. He goes on to explain the involvement of professional racers and how they’ve helped give feedback on the game. Currently Project CARS 2 has been confirmed for Oculus Rift and HTC Vive, there’s no word yet on a PlayStation VR version. The title is scheduled to launch in late 2017 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Find more in the video below.