Today Bandai Namco announced that it was partnering with Slightly Mad Studios in a worldwide distribution agreement for Project CARS. The game is releasing on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U and PC this November. The game is billed as the most authentic and intense racing game on the planet, crowd-funded by fans of racing and built by developers who love racing games.
The big draw of the game is the ability to create your own driver and participate in a huge variety of motorsports, including several historic tracks around the globe. The game also features competitive online racing, so if you feel you’ve sufficiently mastered the game you’ll be able to take the challenge online with your friends in leaderboard-based time trials, as well as other as of yet unannounced community events.
Alberto Gonzalez of Bandai Namco in Europe was extremely pleased about the partnership and subsequent distribution agreement.
We are tremendously happy to be collaborating with Slightly Mad Studios on this promising title, in which community expectations are fusing with racers expertise to craft the next generation of simulation!
Are you excited to get your racing game on?
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