When is it too early to announce a sequel for a game? People buy Madden, FIFA, and Call of Duty games knowing full well that unless something goes drastically wrong, there will be a sequel the following year. The players of these franchises know that the publisher is working on the next game even while they pre-order the currently announced title. They’re fine with that. Slightly Mad Studios put their fans to the test by announcing Project CARS 2. Project CARS launched in May, and here we are a little over a month later officially talking about the sequel. The sequel will be crowd-funded just like the first game, and Slightly Mad Studios have invited their supporters to give feedback throughout development.
The developers have promised that work will continue on Project CARS, to include patching, free feature updates, and DLC.