The former project lead behind Project CARS seems to want his former team members on board for hisnext project, GTR Revolution.
According to a spokesperson, the decision was made "following an evaluation of the next Project CARS title and its longer-term growth potential."
The first game leaves digital stores on October 3rd, with the sequel being removed on September 21st. All content will remain playable for current owners.
Ian Bell, who founded the studio in 2009, said that, "With the studio's future now assured, the time is right for me to step aside."
Paul Rustchynsky is directing a new project that he "can't wait" to share more about.
The fast and the studiously racing in accordance to all rules and laws.
Quite a line-up for next month.
At the intersection of art and technology.
"It depends on how it is done," says Slightly Mad Studios' Andy Tudor.
With exclusive content.
Will also have four brand new cars.
It's a pretty substantial update.
Could it possibly arrive on Nintendo's next platform?
It's a pretty darn substantial update.
It will bring off roading to the series.
I think, on the whole, you will be very, very happy.
Slightly Mad Studios' long-awaited racing simulator comes loaded with options.
The game hits the 1 million units sold mark in less than 30 days.
Ian Bell on the Xbox One version of Project CARS, PS4 CPU, DriveClub and AMD hardware performance improvements.
The Xbox One will get a boost closer to 7%.