Back in June, Slightly Mad Studios opened the World of Mass Development funding phase for Project CARS 2, the successor to the studios’ best-selling Project CARS title.
Since then, the studio has been very much focused on their commitment to improving and expanding Project CARS as several major patches and content editions for the title have been released and continue to be worked on.
Despite being very early into the development phase, the studio has now announced that sign-ups for the public funding phase for Project CARS 2 will come to an end in a week’s time, after which no new sign-ups to the WMD forum will be possible.
For another 7 days, members are invited to join the development process in a very early state, allowing everyone to follow the development of the next Project CARS title from the very beginning.
Members can choose from one of five membership tiers, starting at 50 British pounds, each tier comes with a set of benefits, the highest tier even includes a Michelin star dinner with Ian Bell and some real-life driving fun in a Ferrari F458 Spider!
All tiers include access to regular development builds and the World of Mass Development forum as well as votes in polls that will decide key game design decisions on the new title.
A participation on the game’s returns is no longer included in the membership packages due to legal reasons.
As it was the case with Project CARS, the closure of sign-ups will be final. Members that aren’t on board by the time sign-ups close won’t be getting to drive Project CARS 2 before the title hits the shelves in a quite distant future.