Mobile racer Project CARS GO is now available

Project Cars GO BMW M6 GT3

Do you have an Apple or Android smartphone? Do you get bored on journeys or when the TV is occupied by another? Are you hankering after a one-touch racer that’s a spin off from a once ascending racing series? Then you’re in luck, as Project CARS GO is now available.

The game is a collaboration between Slightly Mad Studios and mobile-focused developer GAMEVIL. As we previously reported, you could pre-register the game from February, but now you can download it from the App Store or Google Play Store. It’s free too, so if you’re curious, you can try it for no charge.

Project Cars GO Lucky Boxes

The mobile game features 50 real-world vehicles and 12 tracks – a mixture of real-world circuits such as Brands Hatch, Autodromo Nazionale Monza, WeatherTech Raceway, Laguna Seca and fictional venues. They are used within a World Tour career mode where you can earn rewards to help progress and customise your vehicles. It uses a combination of diamonds, cash and ‘MADBUCKS’ as a form of reward mechanism.

There will also be online connectivity in the form of Daily Invitational races too. The game also looks set to be updated and suported over time.

Project Cars GO Audi R8

“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,” said Kyu Lee, President at GAMEVIL COM2US USA.

With the game available right now, we’ve just downloaded it and we’ll be back later this week with some hands-on impressions. Let us know via social media if you’ve downloaded it too.

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