PROJECT CARS GO Races to Mobile Devices Worldwide

Written by Contributor

March 23, 2021

Start your engines! The critically acclaimed Project CARS racing experience has arrived on mobile with Project CARS GO, available today to download for free on the Apple App Store for iPhone and Google Play Store for Android devices. Created in collaboration with the beloved racing game developer Slightly Mad Studios and published by GAMEVIL, Project CARS GO is an accessible mobile racing game featuring an innovative mobile-optimized one-touch control scheme with AAA HD visuals and sound design that immerses players in the high-octane action.

“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,” said Kyu Lee, President at GAMEVIL COM2US USA. “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 features 51 officially licensed real-world cars from classics hot rods to futuristic concept cars which can be collected and added to the player’s garage for use on 12 tracks. The game’s campaign-style World Tour mode will transport players across the globe as they compete to earn rewards, upgrade their favorite rides and take on increasingly challenging races at iconic real-world courses including Brands Hatch, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, WeatherTech Raceway, Laguna Seca and more. In addition, players will have the opportunity to participate in Time Trials and Daily Invitational races to test their skills against other racers all over the world.

Players can personalize and tune their cars through easy-to-use comprehensive customization options. From paint jobs and decals to car parts and performance upgrades, players will be able to build and upgrade their car adding their own personal touch before taking it out on the track to race or showing it off to other players.

Project CARS GO is rated E for Everyone and is available for free on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. To learn more about the title, visit its official website here

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