Project Cars GO (Free) was originally revealed back in May of 2018 when Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios and Gamevil were set to create a mobile version of the popular racing series called Project Cars GO. Since then, we heard nothing really until the closed beta was revealed. That is also when the first real gameplay for Project Cars GO was shown. Over the last few weeks, the official Project Cars GO Twitter account has been telling people that the game is out very soon. The iOS pre-order for Project Cars GO has just gone live as discovered by Twitter user Azeem Jaffer revealing a possible release date for the game. If you missed it, watch the gameplay trailer for Project Cars GO below:
Project Cars GO from Slightly Mad and Gamevil is a one-touch racing game that has been optimised for mobile and is likely not what fans of the console and PC Project Cars games would’ve wanted. It includes customization, car tuning, different car classes, and more. If you pre-order Project Cars GO on the App Store, there will be free rewards when the game officially launches. The release date mentioned on the App Store page right now is March 23rd. If you’d like to pre-order, you can do so here on the App Store for iOS. As of now, the game is available in a few countries on Google Play with the full global pre-registration set to begin on February 23rd as confirmed on the official website. Pre-registration is slowly rolling out worldwide and you can check if it is available in your region here. What do you think of the gameplay so far and are you looking forward to Project Cars GO or would you rather play a premium racer on mobile like GRID Autosport?