GAMEVIL, in a publishing partnership with Slightly Mad Studios, has released Project Cars GO for iOS and Android devices after being announced years ago.
Project Cars GO is a more accessible version of the game on PC and consoles intended for mobile, using a one-touch control scheme that focuses on timing over anything else. It’s not a “simple” game though, with the game also maintaining a high level of depth through the customisation system, which lets you fine-tune the engine and style your car to suit your own tastes.
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Currently at launch you can jump behind the wheel of more than 50 different cars licenced after their real world counterparts, ranging from classic hot rods to modern rides. There are 12 tracks to race on for Project Cars GO’s World Tour campaign, which includes the likes of Brands Hatch, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, WeatherTech Raceway and Laguna Seca.
“We’ve built Project CARS GO from the ground up as a new mobile racing experience,” says GAMEVIL’s Kyu Lee. “It’s accessible and feels great to play so everyone can enjoy the thrill of the competition regardless of skill level.”
“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,” they added.