Slightly Mad Studios saying all the right things.
Like a lot of other high profile AAA game releases, Project CARS, too, has had some issues at launch. While it wasn’t as bad as Assassin’s Creed Unity, DriveClub, or Halo: The Master Chief Collection, it’s still had its fair share of troubles, to the point that multiple players are trying to get their money for the game back.
Slightly Mad Studios appears to be on board- it wants to do right by its consumers, and it is trying to make full refunds a possibility. Posting on the official forums, studio head Ian Bell said, “We’re actually out or running out of stock in most stores now. We’ve had a word with Bandai to encourage stores to offer refunds if possible (not sure they can swing it, but there is no harm in pushing) as there’s nothing worse than eager punters being unable to purchase the game in boxed form.”
That said, he did say that the developers were working on getting the issues fixed as soon as possible, advising players to hold on to their copies. “But I recommend you hang in there. The devs are working flat-out on the issues.”
Project CARS launched on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. A SteamOS and Wii U version is slated for later this year.