Slightly Mad Studios' creative director has teased an upcoming new game franchise from the British racing game developer.
Very little is known about the upcoming title, but Andy Tudor has confirmed via the GTPlanet forums the new game "has nothing to do with Project CARS".
Tudor went on to state the as-yet-unnamed game will "sort of" involve racing – suggesting this product will be a notable departure from a majority of the games Slightly Mad Studios has put its name to.
With Slightly Mad Studios' Project CARS 2 on schedule to be released in late 2017, it's possible this new game won't be showcased until after Project CARS 2 is officially launched.
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