Project CARS GO is the first newest crazy car racing game in the most awaited “Project Cars” series “Go Racing.” The game has a perfectly optimized ONE TOUCH gameplay and is available on both Android and iOS. I have played the game for almost a week now, and here is my Project Cars Go review.
Project CARS GO really lives up to the expectation of “ONE TOUCH RACING.” The game-style is somewhat similar to that of CSR Racing. The graphics are very natural in comparison to other similar racing games. You can upgrade and customize your car for better efficiency. Also, you can buy some really cool elite cars from the store. Various gift boxes like bronze, silver, and gold are available in the store from which you can get some amazing gifts. You can also complete missions to earn rewards.
Controls of the game are smooth and pretty simple. You have to master your taps and touches to achieve perfect timings. You tap at the perfect time to accelerate and hold for the perfect interval to break. There is also another small format in the game known as a drag race, where you just warm up your car tires and play with the temperature by pushing and tapping the screen.
The player has very little control over driving. You just have to keep following the instructions, and you will win the race. Manual acceleration and steering are also absent. These are the integral parts of a car racing game and give it a more realistic effect.
The game has an energy system, meaning you will require ‘fuel’ to enter into races. Once you are out of fuel, you have to either purchases it via in-game currency or wait for it to refill automatically. Which I think is an unnecessary addition to the game. In addition to all this, there are many minor bugs and issues that need to be fixed in the upcoming updates. Overall the game is nothing like its PC version; it’s not even close to the original PC game.
I have seen players comparing Project Cars Go to Asphalt or to its PC version. But that should not be done because the developers already clarified that it is supposed to be a one-touch mobile racing game, and its competitor is games-like CSR Racing. If you forget about the PC Project Cars game and look at Project Cars Go as a brand new one-touch mobile game, then it’s pretty good, actually. But that being said, if you were looking for an actual racing experience, then Project Cars Go is not for you.
So that was our review of Gamevil’s Project CARS GO. What are your views on the game? Do you plan to play it, or would you skip it? Do let us know in the comments below.