If you are eager to try the Mad Studios Project CARS 3, you will need to be very patient. The good news is that developers are working on it, but the bad news is that it will take a lost more time until the racer will be ready, as they are still in the very early development phase.
Ian Bell is the CEO of Mad Studios and his posts on GTPlanet forums offered us answers to most of the questions we had related to Project CARS 3. As the CEO already announced us that the game is supposed to act like a “spiritual successor” to Need for Speed Shift, it is not hard to understand why fans want to play it as soon as possible.
When will it be ready?
Ian Bell offered a lot of details about the current status of this project:
“I’ll let you know that Project CARS 3 will be more ‘focused’… More ‘fun’… We went to insane lengths with variation in pCARS2 and with that comes infinite balancing issues. We’ve learned a lesson here and although we have no intention of reducing content, we know what we need to fix, where we made design decisions that were, let’s call it, ‘sub-optimal’… Project CARS 3 will be more of a spiritual successor to Shift, but with all of the sim goodness everyone appreciates… The key focus though is on fun and not biting off more than we can properly chew and digest”.
Therefore, it is very clear that it will take more time until Project CARS 3 will be ready. However, we cannot be upset, as it is very clear the developers are putting a lot of thought in it and making sure that everything will work smoothly. Bell also explained that the sandbox won’t go away for the next game, but they will add “more of a structured fun game to the mix”.
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