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Hyper-realistic racing game 'Project Cars' is coming to mobile

There's no time frame for the development or release, though.
Swapna Krishna, @skrishna
May 16, 2018
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Project Cars is the hit racing sim from Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco that focuses on making driving a race car as realistic as possible. Now, Slightly Mad Studios has teamed up with GAMEVIL to bring Project Cars to mobile devices.

The game, and its sequel, has been on the PC and consoles since 2015. However, this will mark the first time the franchise has a presence on mobile. The game will be called Project Cars Go. "Alongside GAMEVIL, Project CARS GO puts players in the driver's seat to experience the adrenaline pumping racing game in a whole new way," said Ian Bell, the CEO of Slightly Mad Studios, in a release. "The racing genre has a large, dedicated fan base, who are going to be stomping the gas pedal and burning rubber very soon."

It's unlikely that the mobile version of Project Cars will be as realistic as the PC or console games, but it will be interesting to see how the end product turns out. We don't currently have a time frame or release date for Project Cars Go, but it's likely it will take some time to develop a new version of the game for mobile devices.

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