PGR 4 Update: New Tracks, Vehicles and Video

Microsoft has revealed new details regarding Project Gotham Racing 4 today, including the announcement of two new tracks, six new vehicles, and a new gameplay video.

Joining the previously announced cities of Shanghai and St. Petersburg, new track locales Nürburgring and Quebec have now been confirmed. The game will feature 10 cities in total,  so there’s four down and six more to be disclosed. As for the new vehicles, the 1967 Toyota 2000GT, 1978 Lamborghini Countach LP400, 1998 Subaru Impreza 22B STi, 2004 BMW M5, 2007 RUF RGT and 2007 Lotus GT3RR have been unveiled.

And last but not least, the PGR 4 team has presented a new gameplay video showing off more of the game’s incredible dynamic weather system, this time showcasing realistic snow effects to the backdrop of the Nürburgring track. Watch the impressive footage below or download it from www.xbox.com/pgr4video. Also be sure to check out our previous PGR 4 coverage for additional details and gameplay footage.

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