At the recent RedBull5G National e-Sports tournament final held at the Birmingham Library in England, British presenter Tom Brooks conducted an interview with Andy Tudor, who is Slightly Mad Studio’s Creative Director. In the interview published to their Youtube channel by eSPORTSandCARS, was filmed on a cold balcony at the Birmingham eSports event, Andy gives us an insight into the future of eSports on Project Cars.
Pivoting to the future of the Project CARS franchise itself, Andy tells Tom, Project CARS 2 will contain all the required prerequisite e-Sports features, including broadcast and organization functionality which will be embedded in the new title from the outset. Andy confirmed Slightly Mad Studios will be working with the largest professional eSports organization company in the world, the Electronic Sports League or ESL for short.
The video is around 3:14 long and although there is not a lot of detail in Andy’s replies, it is still worth a watch for the information that is on offer regarding SMS’s vision of the future of the Project CARS franchise. Slightly Mad Studios are currently working on the follow-up to the maiden release of the original Project CARS title, however, there are no indications as to when we might be expecting to see Project CARS 2 released to PC, PS4 and XBOX One.