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The Project Cars series is coming to mobile

The Project Cars series is coming to mobile”

The mobile game that is in development is now titled Project CARS GO and it will have a host of licensed vehicles and deep customization.

You might be interested to know that Slighty Mad Studios, the makers of Project Cars, is preparing a mobile spin-off for the motorsport racing series. The game will be called Project Cars Go.

The wording of the official announcement also appears to suggest Slightly Mad Studios will exclusively develop Project CARS GO, with Gameliv operating as the mobile game's official distributor. The team wants to bring the full Project CARS feel to mobile. "The racing genre has a large, dedicated fan base, who are going to be stomping the gas pedal and burning rubber very soon". The first entry in the series was launched on consoles and PC back in 2015 and last September saw the release of Project Cars 2. However, others praised the game for its dedication to providing an authentic experience despite the game's shortage of high-end vehicle licenses.

The Project CARS franchise is all about realism and simulation. More information on the title is expected to be made available in the near future.



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