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Project Cars GO Is Now Available on iOS and Android

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Slightly Mad Studios along with Gamevil are thrilled to announced that Project Cars GO is now available for download on the Google Play Store for Android devices and Apple’s App Store for iOS mobile devices.

Project Cars GO is co-developed with Slightly Mad Studios and it’s being published by Gamevil with the goal to produce and deliver an accessible mobile racing game featuring the very best touch-screen optimized controls matched with AAA HD graphics. The game also features amazing sound that tries to immerse players in the race.

Check the launch trailer here:

Project Cars GO features more than 50 officially licensed real world cars from classics American muscle, to hyper and sports cars and even futuristic concept cars which can be collected. The mobile version of the critically acclaimed game will feature twelve tracks and a campaing-style World Tour mode which takes players across the globe in several competitions.

World Tour Mode allow players to compete for special reward and credits to upgrade their preferred racing machine. Project Cars Go also features increasingly races at at iconic real-world courses including Brands Hatch, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, WeatherTech Raceway, Laguna Seca and more.

Other game modes includes Time Trials and Daily Invitational races to test their skills against other racers all over the world. Unlike other racing games, Project Cars GO allows players to finely tune their racing machine with 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.

“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 is produced by Slightly Mad Studios, the team behind the critically acclaimed GTR series, Need For Speed Shift & Shift 2 Unleashed & the Project CARS Franchise.

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