Slightly Mad Studios Reveals Project Cars 2 Release Trailer


The Australian YouTuber SpotTheOzzie was streaming Project CARS 2 when Slightly Mad Studios' CEO, Ian Bell, suddenly showed up in the chat.

There's some wonderful insight there into the development of Project Cars 2 - a game Bell admits isn't ideal, but one that should be considered a fine achievement given the resources with which it was put together and how it goes wheel-to-wheel with the likes of Forza and Gran Turismo.

He was obviously teasing that Slightly Mad Studios has made a deal with Universal regarding the Fast & Furious franchise, which sounds fairly interesting in our opinion.

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"We have no respect for EA", said Bell, alleging EA cancelled Shift 3 two weeks before they were due to start on it. With no warning. They said "We're not doing that anymore".

And two of which actually left, because we were in trouble. "We were done. They literally destroyed our company", said Bell.

"They tried to kill us, they tried to steal our technology as well", continued Bell. They tried to destroy us, and we have no love for EA in this company. "That's what they tried to do".

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We have contacted EA for a response to Bell's comments. They were targeted at his former publishing partner, EA, and it was not pretty. He also claimed that EA had attempted to pilfer the Slightly Mad Studios' game engine while the developer was struggling financially. Well, firstly you get a quite amazingly frank, entertaining and honest interview, and then sometimes you get a little bit more. "They're assholes and corporate monsters".

They had a clause in the contract that they would own the technology.

This news of EA's blatant heartlessness is quickly running rampant across gaming sites and blogs. "They were setup by Bandai Namco, and I have half a clue. on GTPlanet, we have a graphic that's more explanatory than anything I could possibly enunciate vocally, because it's very complicated", Bell replied. You can check out the interview below, time stamped to relevant moment of Bell's story.

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