Project CARS 1 & 2 are getting delisted from digital storefronts

If you want to own both games, you'll now have a limited time to grab them

Project CARS 1 & 2 are getting delisted from Steam

Slightly Mad Studios is removing Project CARS 1 and 2 from digital storefronts over expiring car/track licenses

One of the problems with digital gaming is that games aren't often available forever though the internet. Yes, there is nothing stopping companies from making their digital files available indefinitely, but if they use licensed content, games often will need to be removed when those licensing agreements expire. This is especially true for racing games, which license their tracks and vehicles from companies around the globe. 

Slightly Mad Studios has today confirmed that Project CARS and Project CARS 2 will soon be removed from sale on digital storefronts. Both games will remain playable for existing owners of each game, but new purchases will not be available online. Both games will be removed due to expiring car and track licenses, both of which are integral parts of the Project CARS experience.

project CARS 1 will be removed from Sale on October 3rd and Project CARS 2 will be removed from sale on September 21st. Currently, Project CARS 1 is available on Steam with a 70% discount, making the game £3.89 in the UK. If you want to own Project CARS 1 or 2, you now have a limited time to buy both games.  

Project CARS 1 & 2 are getting delisted from Steam

In their announcement of Project CARS 1/2's planned delisting, Slightly Mad Studios confirmed that they "remain focused on making the best sim racing titles", and that they look forward to "sharing more on the new Slightly Mad project when the time is right." Currently, it is unknown if Project Cars 4 is in development, of what Slightly Mad's other unannounced project is.

You can join the discussion on Project CARS 1/2's planned delisting on the OC3D Forums.

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