'Project Cars' News: Ginetta X eSports Finals Detailed; Slightly Mad Has No Plans For Nintendo Switch Version [VIDEO]


Most fans and gamvers alike would agree that simulation games are a niche of their own in the gaming world. As such, "Project CARS" has garnered its own success with its own take on motorsport racing simulators. That being said, fans can check out its recent Ginetta X eSports finals that culminated with different teams competing to be the best. In other news, Slightly Mad Studio has announced that they have no plans to bring the game to the upcoming Nintendo Switch, according to sources.

Fans of the acclaimed racing simulator video game "Project CARS" can check out the some videos that were recently posted on the official website of World of Mass Development that feature the finals of the recent Ginetta X eSports.

It was tasted therein that the premiere championship eSports event for "Project CARS" culminated with the winner walking away with a share of the purse amounting to more than 5,000 US dollars.

Moreover, the Ginetta X eSports event for "Project CARS" was held across three major platforms, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, that featured six adrenaline-fueled races on two of the more popular race tracks in Europe in the renowned Ginetta G55 GT3.

In other news, it was also reported that Slightly Mad Studios, the independent video game developer behind "Project CARS," tweeted that it currently has no intentions of porting the game to the upcoming Nintendo Switch, Veni Vidi Vici noted.

It was even stated that the developers were rumored to be considering releasing the game for the Wii U back then. But now it seems "Project Cars" will remain available to the current platforms that it was developed for, such as the PlayStation, Xbox, and Microsoft Windows.

"Porject CARS" is a motorsport racing simulator video game that was published by Bandai Namco Entertainment and released back in May 2015. The game was developed by Slightly Mad Studios, an independent British video game company located in London, England known for other racing games like "Need for Speed: Shift."

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