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Project Cars 1 and 2 To Be Delisted from Sale

Developer Slightly Mad Studios has announced Project Cars 1 and 2 will be delisted from sale in the coming months in a statement on twitter. The reason for the games being delisted from sale is due to car and track licenses expiring.

 

 

Players who already own the games won’t need to worry as the games will remain fully playable, including multiplayer. The statement goes on to say the studio remains focused on making the very best sim racing titles and look forward to sharing more on their next project soon.

Project Cars 1 will be removed from sale on October 3rd and Project Cars 2 on September 21st.

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