Android is getting more and more large game franchises these days, and come this Spring you'll be able to add Project CARS GO to that list of AAA game titles.
There's no shortage of racing games on Android just like any other genre. But many of them may not be top-tier quality which makes it harder to find one that you like. Project CARS GO being a mobile release of a big console and PC games franchise works in its favor.
While we can't say with certainty it's going to be something you should absolutely play, the name behind it alone is worth at least giving it a try. Once it launches of course.
Project CARS GO releases on Android in March
If you're in search of a new racing game to play on your smartphone during down time or just whenever you play mobile games, Project CARS GO will be available in March.
Gamevil confirmed this morning that the game will be launching for Android and iOS on March 23. So there's around a month and half left before you can play it. You can however pre-register for it right now if you're so inclined. And doing so is generally beneficial for at least one reason.
That reason being that you'll get an alert the moment it's available to install on your device. Pre-registering also usually affords you some in-game rewards. And that's the case here as well. For those that pre-register for the game before it launches towards the end of next month, 100 diamonds will be given out.
This is the game's digital currency, likely the game's premium digital currency even, so it could be hard to acquire a lot of without spending money. That should be reason enough to pre-register if you think you'll be playing a lot of this game.
A racing game for both casual and die-hard racing fans
According to Gamevil and COM2US, which are the publishers behind the game, Project CARS GO is perfect for casual and die-hard racing game fans alike.
That's a pretty big promise. Especially since die-hard racing games on Android are more in line with something like Real Racing 3 or Gameloft's Asphalt series. Which this isn't necessarily similar to. But based on screenshots and trailers, Project CARS GO just might fit the bill.
If you enjoy racing titles, this might be one to keep an eye on. Controls are described as one-touch though. So be sure to temper your expectations and don't think of this as a racing game that will require you to fully control everything about your car's movement from brakes to acceleration the way you would in a game like Forza Horizon 4.
Still, this is a free-to-play mobile title. And one-touch gameplay mechanics tend to fit well on mobile.