The developers worked closely with manufacturers to include a selection of cars from Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Pagani and more, complete with authentic customization options including everything from paint jobs to brake callipers. Major attention to detail has been paid to the interiors too, even the stitching on the seats has been painstakingly modelled in 3D.
To do the models justice, the developers boast advanced physics based shading and lighting techniques. The renders below certainly look impressive, and several of our team members were able to try it on the ground at E3 2015, confirming that it really does look as good as the trailer and below renders make it appear to be.
The studio has a strong pedigree in the racing genre. Several of the London based development team has worked on a number of popular racing franchises, including Forza, Need for Speed, DiRT and Burnout.
CSR2 will be entering the first of several soft launch phases in the coming weeks. The developers are looking for player feedback from a variety of devices as the team ramps up its global launch later in the year. What do you think, excited for the next chapter in the CSR Racing series?