Take a first look at Rallycross in action on Project CARS 2, plus some nice shots of the Jaguar F-Type and several Mitsubishi's... During the development phase of Project CARS 2 Slightly Mad Studios have partnered up with the 19 times X Games medal winning team OMSE, in a technical partnership aimed at helping the developers create loose surface racing within the Project CARS franchise for the very first time. Using the technical know how of the team, plus driving consultants from their Red Bull X Games drivers Mitchell deJong and Oliver Eriksson, SMS claim this new portion of the game has "not just the physics, but the frenzied feel of rallycross is as brutal in-game as it is in real-life". What is more, SMS have confirmed the 'Live Track 3.0' technology that allows dynamic racing surface changes will also be active in Rallycross mode, giving the opportunity for the tracks to dynamically alter during the course of a race as players blast across mud, snow, ice and asphalt. Honda, Ford, Mini, Renault and VW will be represented in Project CARS 2 Rallycross, with laser scanned versions of US-based DirtFish, Daytona, ‘Hell’ at Lånkebanen in Norway and the rallycross tracks at Hockenheim, Knockhill, Loheac-Bretagna and Lydden Hill in the UK. Further to the official Rallycross trailer, IGN Espania have released this direct capture in game footage of the discipline (although not in English) that gives you a taste of the action to come once the game releases towards the end of the year: As well as the announcement and footage of the Rallycross cars in action, SMS have also released a new batch of in images featuring a selection of the cars revealed so far. We've already seen a few shots from the F-Type Jaguar, but it's beautiful so deserves another spell in the limelight. Also included in the latest image release, and somewhat appropriate to be included in a post about Rallycross considering it's rally racing heritage in the hands of such greats as Tommi Makkinen and Richard Burns, is the ever fresh faced Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, coming to the game in a number of different generations of the model. Now can we expect a Subaru to play with it.....? Please don't forget to check out our cars revealed so far thread where we will attempt to keep an up to date list of the cars teased, revealed and leaked on the build up to the new game. Project CARS 2 is due for release on Xbox One, PS4 and Windows PC towards the end of 2017. Check out our Project CARS 2 sub forum for a place to join together with fellow race fans and discuss the game prior to it's launch around September 2017. Once the game is publically available we will be hosting further sub forums with racing league and club events, downloadable setups, mods and more. Stay tuned for all the action here at RaceDepartment! Excited to see Rallycross in PCARS2? Do you think the game could be a rival for the upcoming Rallycross cars in DiRT 4? Let us know in the comments section below!