"We are excited to work with Slightly Mad Studios to bring Project CARS GO to mobile racing fans around the world", said Gamevil USA president, Kyu Lee. The game will be called Project Cars Go. The team wants to bring the full Project CARS feel to mobile.
The third Project CARS game is in development, but it's something of a spinoff.
Through GAMEVIL's global game publisher capabilities and Slightly Mad Studios' history of delivering heart-stopping racers, this partnership will deliver an authentic and enjoyable mobile racing game to the masses. We have no launch date at this point.
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. 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.
The game, and its sequel, has been on the PC and consoles since 2015.
The Project CARS franchise is all about realism and simulation. However, we expect to hear more concrete details about the game in the near future.
Mets put Yoenis Cespedes on DL, return uncertain
The infielder opened the year with the team and had three at-bats before being sent down in which he went 0-3 with a strikeout. Phillip Evans has been recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas and will start in left field against Toronto on Wednesday.