Project CARS

Project Cars Delayed

Project Cars, an upcoming crowd funded racing game, has been delayed until April 2nd. Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco have said that the game will release for PS4, Xbox One and PC on this date. Their reasoning for the delay was that the game was in need of some final adjustments in order to give the fans the best gaming experience they could possibly have.

Ian Bell, head of Slightly Mad Studios, had this to say –

Moving a release date was not an easy decision to make, as we know our fans are eager to get their hands-on on Project CARS but we know that these extra days will allow us to provide the best game experience that our fans deserve. We assure you the wait will be worth it when the game does arrive early April.

The game promises to deliver the most authentic, beautiful, intense and technically-advanced racing game ever made. Project Cars has the most racing tracks of any other racing game released recently, a large variety of motorsports to play, an authentic career mode, sublime graphics, dynamic time and weather and community  features and connectivity better than any other racing game.

Project Cars is one of the many games to be delayed this year. It seems that delaying games is becoming more popular. Surely game companies should, by now, know when their game will be ready by release. I understand problems or bugs can pop up anytime but it happens so often now. I believe that some games are given release dates too early. Look at H1Z1, this time last year SOE hinted toward a release in April but we got the game in January the following year. Not only was the release much later than expected it was also released as a very broken game. Two games to be delayed this year are The Witcher: Wild Hunt and GTAV for PC. Rockstar are a massive company but still they delay games all the time. I think that a company that’s been in the gaming industry for as long as they have should have a better grasp on when to set release dates. Surely there’s a way for the developers to put a realistic and slightly accurate date on games.