Bandai Namco Drives Project Cars onto PC, PS4, Wii U and Xbox One this Fall

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Project Cars, the new-gen racing sim poised to give Forza and Gran Turismo some serious competition in the race to become the ultimate video game driving experience, will be distributed worldwide be Bandai Namco (formerly Namco Bandai).

Bandai Namco and UK developer Slightly Mad Studios share their excitement about inking this deal:

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Slightly Mad Studios for Project CARS,” said Chris Gilbert Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing for BANDAI NAMCO Games America Inc. “Combining the passion of an involved racing community with the talents of an extremely talented development team with pro-racing expertise creates an unprecedented collaborative effort to develop a true next-gen racing experience.”

“With a portfolio of prestigious, popular and iconic titles under their wing, BANDAI NAMCO Games Inc. are the perfect partners to bring our pioneering community-driven game to players around the world,” said Ian Bell, Head of Studio, Slightly Mad Studios.

Project Cars is slated to launch in November on PC, PlayStation 4, Wii U and Xbox One, with VR support for Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus.

Project CARS is the most authentic, beautiful, intense, and technically-advanced racing game on the planet.

Create a driver, pick from a variety of motorsports, and shift into high gear to chase a number of Historic Goals and enter the Hall Of Fame. Then test your skills online either in competitive fully-loaded race weekends, leaderboard-based time challenges, or continually-updated community events.

Featuring world-class graphics and handling, a ground-breaking dynamic time of day & weather system, and deep tuning & pit stop functionality, Project CARS leaves the competition behind in the dust.

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