Project Cars Go is set to shut down this November

The game is getting terminated just 7 months after the global release

Project Cars Go, the mobile version of the famous racing title Project Cars games that got pretty popular on PC and Consoles over the past 5 years or so, is now being shut down shortly after it was first released globally. In an official Twitter post, the studio behind the game confirmed this unfortunate news, with the in-game Hive Notice Board revealing more information regarding the game’s demise.

What went wrong with the game

Project Cars Go was developed by Slightly Mad Studios and published by GAMEVIL. It was released in March earlier this year as a free-to-play title with in-app purchases and has amassed 500,000+ downloads on the Play Store (which probably weren’t enough to keep the game running).

Project Cars Go to shut down on the 30th of November

Shortly after the game’s release, it was criticized by many for its gameplay. Many players were left disappointed as they felt like they got less than what they deserved with this title, and that led to the game falling flat. Now Project Cars Go will remain playable up until the end of this month, as it will shut down on the 30th, and it will be removed from the Play Store and App Store on the 7th of this month, so players can download the game until this week.

Also, those who spent money on the game’s in-app purchases will be receiving refunds if they have any unused in-game currency. And that’s about it. The game will soon be shutting down for good, and it’s hard to tell now whether the people behind the game would try to bring Project Cars to mobile again but with a different formula.

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