EA Drop CARS Project |

EA Drop CARS Project |

EA drops Project CARS, can reveal.

The upgraded Slightly Mad Studios series launched in 2015, with EA confirming today that it has made the decision to “stop further development and investment” in the franchise.

The announcement was made internally and it is not clear at this point to what extent employees could be affected. EA said that employees working in Project CARS will be transferred to “appropriate” roles wherever they are [they] Can.”

As of 2019 when it was acquired by Codemasters, Little Mad Studios had 150 employees. Understand, Electronic Arts made this decision after evaluating the status of Project CARS After its acquisition of Codemastersconcluding that it is unlikely to become a successful game or fit in with the rest of the publisher’s racing collection.

In a statement to GamesIndustry.bizAn EA spokesperson said: “Today we announced an internal update to our racing portfolio. After evaluating the next Project CARS title and its long-term growth potential, we have made the decision to halt further development and investment for the franchise.

“Decisions like this are very challenging, but allow us to prioritize our focus in the areas where we believe we have the strongest opportunity to create experiences that fans will love. We focus on our strengths in our racing pool, especially licensed intellectual property and open-world experiences, and expand our franchises To be more socially driven through long-term direct services that will engage global communities.Games are at the heart of racing sports and entertainment, and with changing fan expectations, we recognize the need to develop our games that besides pure gameplay, provides experiences for fans to also watch, create, and connect with their friends.

“We are working with all of the people affected by this decision to place them in appropriate roles across the EA Sports and Racing community, as well as other parts of EA, wherever we can. Our priority now is to provide as much support as possible to our employees through this transition.”

Earlier this year, Slightly Mad Studios announced Project CARS and Project CARS 2 It will be deleted soon Due to the expiration of car and track licenses.

The first Project CARS title launched in 2015, with a sequel released in 2017. Project CARS 3 arrived in 2020, but unlike its predecessors, it wasn’t well received. All three titles were published by Bandai Namco as it were Before EA got Codemasters.

The franchise also had a mobile title, Project CARS Go, which was released in 2021.

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