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Monday, 07 July 2014 08:15

Project CARS gets a distributor

Written by David Stellmack

Bandai Namco on board with Slightly Mad

So the crowd funded Project CARS by Slightly Mad Studios has cut a distribution deal. This distribution deal will see Slightly Mad Studios team up with Bandai Namco to handle the international distribution and marketing of the title.

Besides the new dynamic time of day and weather system, the game will feature the largest tracks selection of any recent racing title. The game itself was built through crowd funding and crowd participation in the development process at Slightly Mad, which has given the game quite a unique flavor that perhaps other racer releases have not enjoyed.

Project Cars will be coming for Xbox One< PC, and PlayStation 4 this November along with a special version for the Wii U that takes advantage of the unique nature of that system. Bandai Namco will be working with Slightly Mad on the distribution and marketing of the project going forward. Releases are planned on other platforms such as the NVidia SHIELD and Oculus Rift. Rumored versions for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, are still possible, but not as likely according to the latest information. Android and iOS releases of some sort might be possible in the future.

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