Just the other day, we found out that Project CARS 2 is in the works even though the first Project CARS won’t be out in North America until May 12. Now, new details have surfaced about Project CARS 2 that explain that it will be crowdfunded.
In a private forum post, Slightly Mad Studios Head Ian Bell explained to backers that the World of Mass Development model will be used for Project CARS 2, just as it was used for the first game. In addition to that model, Bell mentioned that a non-profit return form will also be implemented.
We will open new forum sections when the game (pCARS1) ships to support the new users and you WMD experts will all have access and we’d greatly appreciate your assistance advising new users,” Bell said. “I’ll be implementing a new non-profit return form of WMD for pCARS2 and will set a purchase time limit of 2-3 months for those who want to take part.
Following this, involvement will be closed. The tiers won’t have the higher cost options that we currently have (probably capped at 100 pounds with excellent benefits).
Bell went on to say to say that while the tiers are limited, he is open to private investments as long as the investments are over $50,000. No other details on Project CARS 2 have surfaced at this time, but it seems likely that we will be hearing more about it in the months following the release of Project CARS.
[Source: Games On Net]