After raging over the cancellation of Project CARS 4, Slightly Mad studio founder and current MadCoin boss, Ian Bell, urges his former colleagues to join his new business reality to shape the GTR Revolution car simulator.
The former executive of the English software house acquired by Electronic Arts regains social media to explain how “it’s already been 18 hours since I started calling one by one all the members of my old team with whom I made Project CARS 2. Many of the GTR2 developers, on the other hand, are already with us and most of the superstars who created Project CARS 2 want to join my new project. “
After launching yet another dig at EA for canceling Project CARS 4, Ian Bell then goes into the merits of his next title to explain that “GTR Revolution is the ultimate expression of everything we can do. And it is already taking shapeso get in touch if you are interested, we accept any help we can. “
Before leaving Slightly Mad in 2021, Bell described Project CARS 4 as ‘the most realistic simulation experience ever’, a real technological and purely playful showcase for the most advanced features of the latest generation racing games. Judging by the statements shared by the MadCoin boss, it seems that with GTR Revolution his team will try to collect the spiritual legacy of Project CARS 4 to lead it in a purely simulative direction.