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Its not too bad - you need to select project cars 2 from the game list and then click start. As soon as you do, the crew chief will chat to you to let you know all is well.

 

You might need to enable external apps in PC2 tho if you've not used anything in the past. 

 

It should only take a min or two to read the doc to get you started.

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http://www.codemasters.com/codemasters-acquires-slightly-mad-studios/

 

Codemasters® today announced it has agreed to acquire racing simulation specialists, Slightly Mad Studios. The agreement cements Codemasters’ position as a world-leading games developer and publisher of racing videogames and expands its portfolio to include the award-winning Project CARS, together with an unannounced Hollywood blockbuster title. Frank Sagnier will remain CEO of Codemasters Group plc which now includes Slightly Mad Studios and Ian Bell will retain his position of Founder and CEO of Slightly Mad Studios. Codemasters now employs c.700 people globally with offices including London, Birmingham, Southam and Runcorn.

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Worried about this too.  I have only ever played project cars 1& 2 in vr.   I still play pc2 on a weekly basis.

 

I have stopped buying codemasters because vr isn't their strategy and I won't play any racing games outside vr.

 

Every year I get my hopes up that F1 20xx supports vr and every year it doesn't.

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Project Cars 2 is amazing in VR, possibly the best racing game I’ve played on the Rift. If Codies can transfer that experience across to F1, and include a “retro” mode with early 90s cars and tracks... man that would be epic!

 

edit: I know Dirt Rally had VR but that’s the only game to make me sick. So I can’t really comment on how good their tech was!

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It could work out sure but I'm always worried.

 

Literally every time a company is taken over everyone is "They'll remain independant"  "They have their own spirit"  "We won't interfere".

 

I cannot think of a single occasion it wasn't a lie. The first time an SMS game doesn't make enough money they'll be "Reorganised".  I assume everyone's looking forward to the next excellent game from Evo for instance.

 

Oh wait you can't, Codies bought them then closed them 4 seconds after Onrush was released.

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32 minutes ago, mexos said:

 

I still get goosebumps thinking about TOCA 2 :wub:

Ditto - but I always preferred the extreme risk and reward handling of the first one.  It would never work now but getting the fine line between flat out and spinning out was amazing during split screen multiplayer.

 

Good times - and nearly 25 years ago :(

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20 hours ago, Parappa said:

Ditto - but I always preferred the extreme risk and reward handling of the first one.  It would never work now but getting the fine line between flat out and spinning out was amazing during split screen multiplayer.

 

Good times - and nearly 25 years ago :(

 

Such a great game, both TOCA Touring Car Championship and TOCA 2 Touring Cars. They nailed the feeling of being in a race and the experience has never been bettered. Obviously mechanics, graphics, etc have all improved, but those games at that time were nigh on perfect for me. TOCA World Touring Cars was also very good, but lacked that 'something' I loved about the first two. 

 

Race Driver then went in a whole new direction and did the whole story in a sports game thing way before EA tried it. Having a twist and everything. Glorious. 

 

But yeah, those first two TOCA experiences remain some of my most treasured gaming memories. 

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