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Automobilista 2 - New Screenshots Reveal Additional Content

Paul Jeffrey

RaceDepartment Editor-in-Chief
AMS 2 Caterham.jpg

Some new images from the upcoming Automobilista 2 have been released.

Revealing the British Brands Hatch circuit, the wonderful lightweight Caterham plus an historic layout of the Italian Imola track for the first time, a new batch of Automobilista 2 images have surfaced on the internet today - again showing off the already impressive visuals achieved by Reiza Studios in their W.I.P new racing simulation.

AMS 2 Interview: Check out part 1 HERE.

Having been in development for some months now, AMS 2 very recently got its first public airing and the announcement has been met with generally very positive vibes from the sim racing community.

AMS 2 Brands Hatch.jpg

Using upgraded visuals thanks to the adoption of the MADNESS game engine, the new title is set to continue Reiza Studios tradition of creating ultra realistic racing simulations that feature a wide and diverse array of exciting motorsport content.

Again keeping with the core Brazilian theme for the new game, Reiza have confirmed that at least 75% of the content within the original Automobilista title will make the switch over to the new release - suitably upgraded and expanded of course - alongside a host of new licences that include the likes of German powerhouse manufacturer BMW, and the some of the iconic cars from the career of Brazilian three-time Formula One World Champion, and undoubted motorsport legend, Ayrton Senna.

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AMS 2 Historic Imola.jpg

Due to release in December of this year, it wouldn't be a great stretch of the imagination to come to the conclusion that the AMS 2 announcement is likely to be one of the biggest sim racing news stories of 2019 - and if the screenshots revealed today, coupled with the enviable reputation already well earned by Reiza Studios are anything to go by, this could be one of the most impressive simulations released in the genre so far.

The second part of our big AMS 2 Interview, featuring many of the questions raised by the community, will release exclusively on RaceDepartment in the very near future...

Automobilista 2 will release on PC December 2019.

For the latest Automobilista 2 news and discussions, head over to the AMS 2 sub forum here at RaceDepartment and get yourself involved in the conversation today!

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Kurupt CDN

DirtT Tuned Motorsports
Man those pics look awesome!

I was contemplating buying ACC but I'll pass as I got several titles to hold me over till than.

The variety, quality, track tech and Reiza's ffb/physics touch will be well worth it wait, looking forward to part 2 of the interview :)

M D Gourley

Hehehe OMG,oh,hehe...I'm giddy with excitement...silly-ness aside, fantastic looking screenshots and I think AMS2 will be more than a true successor / upgrade from AMS1....Reiza you Rock!:cool::cool:
Man, if we lived in the best multiverse SMS would now benefit from this "partnership" with Reiza and use their physics model and overall improvements on Project CARS 3 and we would end up with two amazing games. All the licensed content PCARS has but in a more polished package would be incredible.
Hopefully, if they're smart enough.

M D Gourley

Man, if we lived in the best multiverse SMS would now use this "partnership" with Reiza to use their physics model/engine on Project CARS 3 and we would get two amazing games.
All the licensed content PCARS has but in a more polished packaged would be incredible. Hopefully if they're smart enough.
100% Agree...or fix PCARS2 as it was nearly there (personal opinion only)

M D Gourley

I'm not the biggest fan of the PCars series by any means, but SMS decision to approach a tiny little studio like Reiza and give them the keys to their engine deserves props and should be supported.
100% Agree...and personally think it was SMS's greatest more forward.