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Project Cars Drives Into Stores on Current Generation Consoles

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Following a couple of delays, Slightly Mad Studios and publisher Bandai Namco (Bandai Namco Entertainment Australia in Australia and New Zealand) have today confirmed that Project Cars is now available for purchase in-stores on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

There is also a PC edition, however delays caused by storms of Sydney have seen it delayed in Australia until May 12 and New Zealand until May 13.

Alberto González Lorca | VP Third Parties, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe

We’re thrilled to announce that our fans can now get their hands-on the ultimate racing experience they’ve all been waiting for. Collaborating with Slightly Mad Studios on this exciting title, which truly brings the racing experience to a whole new level, was a great adventure.

Ian Bell | Head of Studio at Slightly Mad Studios

Four years ago we had a vision for a racing game that was bold and dared to take on the two big contenders in this genre. By including the community who would ultimately be playing the game from day one of the development process, we’ve worked tirelessly to create a game that not only has best in class features but continues innovating in the racing genre, shatters long-standing traditions, and breaks new ground both visually and technically. And now, after that unique combination of our own expertise, the wishes & desires of the community, and the input from real racing drivers, we’re humbled to see that the existing approval from gamers is now also being reflected in overwhelmingly positive reviews and excitement from the racing community at large. It’s been a long journey but ultimately that journey is now in the hands of the players and we can’t wait to see your own career paths, your own stories you share on social media, and your own battles online. Thank you all so much.

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