Project Cars 2 will be releasing September 22 and Bandai Namco has revealed that pre-orders can now be purchased for the game. The game is available in two digital options and three physical options. If you pre-order for PlayStation 4 today on Amazon, you can get the Day One Edition for $50. The two digital editions, the Standard and Deluxe, will both include the game and the Japanese Car Pack. These cars consist of a Honda Euro Spec Civic Type-R, the concept Honda Project 2&4, the Nissan Skyline (R32) Group A, and the Nissan 280ZX IMSA GTX. The Deluxe Edition will tack on the season pass and the Motorsports Pack. The Motorsports pack consists of the Jaguar E-Type V12 Group 44, Panoz Esperante GTR-1, Audi V8 DTM, and Opel Astra TCR.
The versions to purchase, however, are the physical editions. The Limited Edition consists of everything from the Standard Edition, but includes a steel book and a sticker sheet. The Collector’s Edition one-ups the Limited with a 1/43 scale diecast model of the McLaren 720S and an art book that illustrates the development process behind the game. Also included with this is the eSports VIP Pass. If this is presented at a Project Cars eSports event, you will be treated to going to the front of the queue, hanging out with developers, and scoring some swag. This version also consists of the season pass for future content.
Finally, the Ultra Edition will be limited to 1000 copies. Rather than a 1/43 scaled of the McLaren 720S, it will include a huge 1/12 scale. Players will also score an individually numbered snapback hat and a poster signed by the team. While the Standard Editions can be pre-ordered for the suggested prices, no pricing has been released for the upgraded versions (as of now). Checking the retail outlets online, there’s no option to pre-order the enhanced editions. This may have to be done locally at retailers, which may be better to ensure you can grab one of the 1000 Ultra copies.