Project CARS Is Coming To A Mobile Device Near You

Project CARS, the original as well as its sequel, have been available for PC and console users since 2015. Now, the franchise is looking to attract mobile gamers too, although no release date has been set.

Developer Slightly Mad Studios has partnered up with South Korean publisher Gamevil in order to bring Project CARS GO to mobile devices around the world. According to Pocketgamer, the mobile version of the title will also feature licensed cars and options for vehicle customization.

“Alongside Gamevil, Project CARS GO will put players in the driver’s seat to experience the adrenaline pumping racing game in a whole new way,” said Slightly Mad Studios CEO, Ian Bell.

Meanwhile, Gamevil USA president Kyu Lee stated how excited his company is to work with Slightly Mad Studios and that this new version of the game “will bring the authenticity and feel of Project CARS to mobile devices,” reports Phone Arena.

Despite the PC and console versions of Project CARS being known for their realistic gameplay, we doubt that the same level of accuracy can be achieved on a much smaller scale. Not only do mobile games feature less content and less rewarding graphics than their console/PC counterparts, but you’re also rarely able to achieve the same level of control.

Still, we look forward to hearing more about this developing title in the near future.

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  • Christian

    And people wonder why hitler did what he did?

    • Vassilis


  • Status

    The shame of mobile gaming is outweighed by nothing.

  • fabri99

    It’s a meh for mobile games to begin with, and it’s a definitive no since we’ll probably have to pay for it too.

  • I wouldn’t expect any good to come out of this.

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