Slightly Mad Studios’ online marketing director Nathan Bell announced on twitter that the mobile racing game Project CARS Go will be coming next month in February. He also stated that more information will also be revealed then.
Project CARS Go is an upcoming mobile spin off of the original game of the same name, however there have been very little information about the game and what can be expected of it in the mobile gaming category.
Update on @ProjectCARSGO. I know you guys are screaming for info. It's coming next month. You'll see exactly what all the fuss is about, why it's bloody awesome – as well as info on our unique control system.
— Nathan Bell (@NathanBell_SMS) January 9, 2019
Bell replied to a tweet where he made this short announcement on his Twitter, also commenting that the game will have a “fixed unique control system’ and teases the system better than the traditional tilt control system that is found in many mobile racing games.
The game is a product of the partnership of Slightly Mad Studios and the Korean mobile game publisher Gameliv, where it aims to deliver an authentic and fun driving experience on mobile.
There is no surprise that if it is a spin off of Project CARS, then it can be expected to feature a number of licensed cars and extensive customization options, where customization is something new in series.
Slightly Mad has previously released two Project CARS games on PS4, Xbox One and PC. These titles came out back in 2015 and then in 2017 with Project CARS 2. The games are knock or their realism so it will be interesting how the team will bring that aspect in mobile devices.
As of right now, there is no pricing information of the game, though it is highly unlikely that it will come out for free. But on that note, Gamevil is a mobile game publisher that released games on the Play Store to earn money through ads and in-game purchases. does this suggest that the game can be free? We can only wait, especially since there is no release schedule of the game.
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