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Project Cars 2
Project Cars 2 is a racing simulator that puts the player behind the wheel of more than 180 elite- brand race and road cars.
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EA officially complete the acquisition of Codemasters
Today, EA have officially announced the completion of their acquisition of Codemasters, the development studio behind many racing game series such as F1, Dirt Rally and Grid. EA officially complete the acquisition of Codemasters
Project Cars 3 won't have pit stops, fuel usage or tyre wear
Slightly Mad Studios, the devs of Project Cars 3 have confirmed that their upcoming racer will not have pit stops, something that fans feared since the official trailer. On top of this, fuel usage and tyre wear are also gone.
Here is eight minutes of Project Cars 3 gameplay
Slightly Mad Studios have released first gameplay footage from their upcoming racing simulation Project Cars 3. The gameplay demo features races on two tracks and feels more arcade than previous games.
Project Cars 3 development is progressing well, more details coming in "some weeks"
Ian Bell, the CEO of Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios has hyped up Project Cars 3, saying that it is still a game-changer and its development is progressing well. More details will be released in the upcoming weeks.
Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios snapped up by Codemasters
Codemasters, the dev that built its reputation on driving games, has acquired Slighty Mad Studios, whom you probably know from their work on the Project Cars franchise. Oh, and there are whispers of a Fast & Furious game in development.
Project Cars 3 will be a revolution say Slightly Mad Studios
According to the Slightly Mad Studios CEO Ian Bell, Project Cars 3 will be a game-changer and revolution in the racing sim genre. Bell said that the game is already 200 per cent better than Project Cars 2 and he can't stop playing it.
Mad Box console future uncertain following Google Stadia reveal
It looks like Slightly Mad Studios's Mad Box console future is in doubt after the announcement of Google Stadia earlier this year. Slightly Mad Studios' Nathan Bell confirmed that the project lost two of its big investors since then.
Slightly Mad Studios share first look at Mad Box controller
Slightly Mad Studios' CEO Ian Bell shared some early concept designs for the Mad Box controller which features a LED touchscreen, two rear paddles and precision triggers. The studio is also planning to add a Bluetooth smartphone connection.
PlayStation Now January lineup includes Prey and Metro 2033 Redux
PlayStation Now subscribers got a fresh batch of games which include some big titles like Prey, Metro 2033 Redux and Project Cars 2 along with a couple of PS3 games. A total of nine new games have been added to the January 2019 lineup.
Slightly Mad Studios share new designs for their upcoming console
Just a couple of days after they revealed the first images of their Mad Box Console, Slightly Mad Studios shared several new design concepts. Additionally, SMS' CEO Ian Bell offered $10,000 and free games for the best console slogan.