Project CARS and Project CARS 2 are each being delisted from sale, Barely Mad Studios has introduced. The delisting comes attributable to expiring licenses for each automobiles and tracks. Barely Mad confirmed that Project CARS is not going to be out there digitally from October third, whereas Project CARS 2 will stop being bought digitally from September twenty first.
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In a press release, Barely Mad Studios wrote, “Due to expiring car and track licenses, Project CARS and Project CARS 2 will be delisted from sale in the coming months. The games remain fully playable, and our players will still be able to enjoy all the game features, including multiplayer. We will remove Project CARS from sale on October 3rd and Project CARS 2 on September 21st. We remain focused on making the best sim racing titles, and as mentioned previously, we look forward to sharing more on the next Slightly Mad project when the time is right.”
The primary Project CARS recreation was launched again in 2015 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It was adopted up two years later in 2017 by Project CARS 2 which launched on the identical platforms. To not relaxation on their laurels, Slight Mad Studios then labored on getting the third recreation within the sequence out only a few years later in 2020, although that entry did not hit the highs of the earlier two.
Project CARS 3 just isn’t impacted by this license expiry, however it may occur sooner or later if they don’t seem to be renewed. In our evaluate for Project Cars 3, Thomas wrote, “Project CARS 3 suffers from a case of mistaken identity. Once you adjust to the new direction, you can get into a fun flow of ticking off objectives, drifting around hairpins and purchasing upgrades. However, while the series’ existing platform means you get a great variety of circuits, cars and weather conditions, it also shackles this game from being a great arcade racing experience.”
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