Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Business | By Tara Barton

GAMEVIL & Slightly Mad Studios to Develop Brand New Project CARS Mobile Game

GAMEVIL & Slightly Mad Studios to Develop Brand New Project CARS Mobile Game

It's called Project CARS GO and it's being made by mobile developer Gamevil's United States team; Slightly Mad Studios, the team behind the core Project CARS games, is involved too, probably in some sort of an advisory role. It'll arrive as Project Cars GO but we're not entirely sure when.

Little else is known about Project CARS GO, though it was confirmed the game will feature "a number of licensed cars" and "extensive customisation options" - the latter being an all-new feature for the Project CARS series.

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GAMEVIL is teaming up with the UK-based developer, Slightly Mad Studios, to bring their hit IP Project CARS to mobile devices worldwide, now dubbed Project CARS GO. "The racing genre has a large, dedicated fan base, who are going to be stomping the gas pedal and burning rubber very soon". We have no launch date at this point. The original title received decent reviews, but it was also criticized for its bugs and for the mechanical failures of its admittedly fascinating progression and leveling systems.

Project CARS is a motorsport racing simulator that made its way onto PC and consoles in 2015, and has since sold over 2 million units worldwide. However, we expect to hear more concrete details about the game in the near future.

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