After Project Cars GO (Free) was originally revealed back in May of 2018, Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios and GAMEVIL didn’t really say much about the mobile racer until the closed beta was revealed when the first real gameplay was shown. After pre-orders for Project Cars GO went live on the App Store alongside pre-registrations for Google Play, the game has finally launched a day earlier than the App Store’s release date. The download size is just under 1GB on iOS with servers set to go live in a few hours. Project Cars GO aims to deliver AAA visuals with one-touch accessible gameplay for mobile devices. The developers are aiming to build on the live Project Cars GO experience with events, customization options, and more in the future. If you missed it, watch the gameplay trailer for Project Cars GO below:
In its current state, Project Cars GO includes more than 50 officially licensed cars across different classes and 12 tracks. In terms of customization options, you can tweak paint jobs, decals, car parts, performance upgrades, and more right now. For in app purchases, Project Cars GO includes different tiers of Special Package purchases and different tiers of Diamonds. If you’d like to check it out, you can get Project Cars GO here on the App Store for iOS. It is still rolling out on Google Play. Check if its available in your region here on Android. Check out the official official website and our forum thread for the game.. What do you think of the gameplay so far and are you looking forward to seeing brought into Project Cars GO in the future?