Project CARS GO available on the App Store, in advance

Project CARS GO available on the App Store, in advance

Project CARS GO available on the App Store

Project CARS GO is already available on the App Store, one day ahead of the originally planned release date, thus allowing you to immediately enter this new automotive simulation by Gamevil focused on the Slaightly Mad series.

We had the release date on iOS and Android of Project CARS GO has already been reported, but evidently the team has decided to anticipate the times a little at least as regards the App Store and the game is already downloadable from today, with the download that can be made at this address.

This is an adaptation of the car simulation (tending to sim-falls, at least in this form) by Slightly Mad Studios, carried out by Gamevil specifically for mobile platforms. Inside there are real cars and tracks including Brands Hatch, the Monza racetrack, the WeatherTech Raceway of Laguna Seca and many other real environments.

The game is built in such a way as to use a simplified control system through touch screen, but there is no lack of interesting technical insights regarding the simulation of the car's behavior and the tuning and customization of vehicles, which is a fundamental element of the whole game.

If nothing else, it can be a very interesting starter ahead of Project Cars 4, probably still quite a long way off but which we know will use the Madness 2.0 Engine and have ray-traced shadows, according to Ian Bell.

Project CARS GO is presented as a mobile adaptation of the same racing game for PC and console




Project CARS GO, the accessible one-touch racing sim, is available now for iOS and Android

Following the initial announcement way back in 2018, Projects CARS GO is now available for both iOS and Android devices. The game has been developed by Slightly Mad Studios whilst GAMEVIL have handled publishing duties.


The game promises to be an accessible mobile racing game by using a one-touch control scheme that focuses more on timing than anything else. Despite that, it promises to maintain some level of depth through the customisation system, which will allow players to fine-tune their engines alongside styling their cars to suit their personal tastes by applying different paint jobs and decals.

At launch, players will be able to jump behind the wheel of more than 50 licensed real-world cars that range from classic hot rods to concept cars. There are 12 tracks to speed around during the game's World Tour campaign including Brands Hatch, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, WeatherTech Raceway and Laguna Seca among others.


Discussing the release of the game, Kyu Lee, President at GAMEVIL COM2US USA said: “We’ve built Project CARS GO from the ground up as a new mobile racing experience. It’s accessible and feels great to play so everyone can enjoy the thrill of the competition regardless of skill level.”



They added: “We are beyond excited to launch the game in partnership with the veteran racing game team at Slightly Mad Studios. We are looking forward to continuing to build on the live experience with fun events, new cars and customization options to collect and more ways to compete in the years ahead.”


Project CARS GO is available now over on the App Store and Google Play. It's a free-to-play game with in-app purchases.

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