Slightly Mad Studios Project car delistingIncluding both the first game and Project Cars 2 is due in the next two months, but many fans see it as just a dessert. Through an announcement on Project Cars’ official Twitter account, the developer said that Project Cars will be removed from sale on October 3rd, and Project Cars 2 will be removed, saying, “The licenses for cars and trucks have expired. “Because of that,” he issued a lengthy statement about being delisted. September 21st.
Why Fans Suspect Slightly Mad Studios ‘Makes the Best Simulation Racing Title’
— Project CARS (@projectcarsgame) August 22, 2022
Looking at the most liked comments to the tweet posted above, many still don’t understand what happened in Project Cars 3. User reviews for the Steam version are positive. Some have ridiculed the developer for saying he’s focused on making the best sim racing titles, with one Twitter user calling his third game in the franchise an “absolute nightmare and no one I didn’t even ask for a retreat. Another user asks the developer to “delist his PC3 instead.”
Others accused Codemasters of deliberately ruining the franchise after buying Slightly Mad Studios for $30 million in November 2019, and even went so far as to sell Codemasters in February 2021 after a $1.2 billion deal. blaming Electronic Arts for its outright acquisition of One user wrote: Now they remove from sale. A new generation of gamers won’t have a chance to play these amazing games unless they’re pirated. ”
Project Cars or its sequel may not appear on the official storefront until EA decides to renew its license. It’s unlikely that Project Cars 4 will ever give up, so it’s possible the publisher could renegotiate the licenses for the first two games. Still, fans hope Project Cars 4 is back in shape and what made his first two sim racers great.
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