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Project Cars: Game Of The Year releasing in the spring

Slightly Mad's racer getting a complete edition.

Slightly Mad Studios didn't win very many Game of the Year awards in 2015 with their racing title Project Cars (even though they should have since the game was awesome). However, this isn't holding the petrol happy studio back from releasing a new edition of Project Cars known as Project Cars: Game Of The Year Edition.

50+ extra cars, four new tracks, 60 new liveries and all of the hundreds of small changes that have been made in the base game since May 2015 will be included. The release is down as "spring 2016" and studio boss Ian Bell says the following about the release:

"Almost five years ago, we started on a journey to create the most authentic, most beautiful, intense, and technically-advanced racing game on the planet.

"The game that launched back in May of last year was therefore the ultimate culmination of our own experience making accomplished racing games for over a decade, along with invaluable input from real-world racing drivers who gave us unprecedented insight into the motorsports world, and the wishes and desires of the racing community through our equity crowd-funding platform called the WMD Portal which allowed fans and players to test the game from day one, and who gave us feedback and guidance every day thereafter."

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