Slightly Mad Studios has announced that Project CARS and Project CARS 2 are being delisted from sale. The latter is being removed on September 21st, while the former will be unavailable for purchase on October 3rd. The removal of both titles is due to expiring car and track licenses.
Those who have purchased both titles can still experience all the content and features, including multiplayer. As for the developer’s next project, it looks forward to sharing more “when the time is right.” In December 2020, CEO Ian Bell tweeted that Project CARS 4 would aim to be the “most realistic” racing sim ever.
Said tweets were deleted, but insider Tom Henderson reported in May that the sequel was indeed in development and would be more of a hardcore racing sim. It’s apparently planned to release sometime in 2024 for current-gen consoles and PC. As such, a reveal or official trailer may still be a ways off so we’ll need to wait for more details. Stay tuned in the meantime.
An update from the Slightly Mad Team on #ProjectCARS and #ProjectCARS2. pic.twitter.com/VtWEow5jao
— Project CARS (@projectcarsgame) August 22, 2022
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