Project Cars is a highly realistic racing simulator developed by Slightly Mad Studios with Bandai Namco as its publishing partner. The team has been focused on ensuring that the racing experience in the title is as close to reality as possible. The game and its sequel have only been available on PC and consoles ever since the first title was released in 2015 but it has now been confirmed that this game will be making its way to mobile devices.

Slightly Mad Studios is bringing Project Cars to mobile. It has joined forces with GAMEVIL to bring this game to smartphones and tablets. This will be the first time that the franchise lands on mobile devices and the title will be called Project Cars Go.

Slightly Mad Studios CEO Ian Bell has said that this upcoming title will enable players to experience the racing franchise in a whole new way. Never before has a Project Cars title been offered on mobile devices so fans of the franchise who have played the titles on PC and consoles will certainly be excited to see what the mobile experience is like.

Project Cars Go will feature licensed cars and provide players with options to customize their vehicles. This is the first release from South Korean publisher GAMEVIL on the racing genre. It hasn’t announced a release date as yet, though.

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