Monday, August 22, 2022
Developer Slightly Mad Studios (which was acquired by Codemasters in 2019) has announced that Project CARS and Project CARS 2 will be delisted from sale in the “coming months”, due to car and track licenses, which are soon due to expire.
Once both games have been removed from digital storefronts, they'll remain fully playable for anyone who owns them, with all of their features, including online multiplayer, remaining intact for the forseeable future.
Project CARS will be removed from sale on 3rd October, following the delisting of Project CARS 2 before that on 21st September. “We remain focused on making the best sim racing titles,” Slightly Mad declared in a statement on Twitter.
“We look forward to sharing more on the next Slightly Mad project when the time is right,” the studio added. Should you miss out on Project CARS and its sequel, there's always Project CARS 3.
An update from the Slightly Mad Team on #ProjectCARS and #ProjectCARS2. pic.twitter.com/VtWEow5jao— Project CARS (@projectcarsgame) August 22, 2022
An update from the Slightly Mad Team on #ProjectCARS and #ProjectCARS2. pic.twitter.com/VtWEow5jao