The GOTY edition of ‘Project Cars’ already has a release date

As we told you about the Slightly Mad Studios driving simulator almost a month ago, Project Carswould come out reissued on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in one of those editions Game of the Year.

The game, which will include, among other things, more than 50 new vehicles, 4 tracks or more than 60 layouts from the community, will reach stores on next May 6just a year after the game’s release.

In addition, the studio has assured that anyone who owns the game and wants to get this content will be able to do so through DLC for 4.99 eurosa very reasonable price that will leave everyone without excuses to continue touring circuits as emblematic as the Nürburgring at the controls of dream cars.

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