Slightly Mad Studios has announced that both Project Cars and Project Cars 2 will be removed from their digital storefront on October 3rd and September 21st, respectively.
“Both Project Cars and Project Cars 2 will be removed from sale in the coming months as our car and truck licenses have expired,” the studio said on Twitter. “The game will remain fully playable and players will continue to be able to enjoy all game features, including multiplayer. Sales will end on
The studio continues:
—Project CARS (@projectcarsgame) August 22, 2022
This doesn’t mean Project Cars and its sequels are gone forever. The game will soon be unavailable for purchase digitally, but physical copies still exist. Additionally, multiplayer servers are up and running so players can still fully enjoy the game.
The latest in the series, Project Cars 3, is unaffected. However, the mobile game Project Cars Go shut down for 7 months After March 2021 release. Another game from Slightly Mad Studios, Fast & Furious: Crossroads, was delisted in April.
Little is known about Slightly Mad Studios’ next project, but the studio was acquired by Codemasters in 2019 and then by EA last year.
George Yang is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @yinyangfooey.