“Project Cars” slated for the Wii U

Project Cars (tentative title), a racing simulation game, might be coming to the Wii U as well as the Xbox 360 and PS3. The game, which is currently in development, is uniquely using community feedback to improve and change the game.

The whole point of WMD was creating a game where you’re listening more to the fans than you are to the publisher. I don’t want to suggest that publishers are evil, but we’d rather ask the community what cars they want in the game and what tracks they want in the game, and then we know that the game we’re making is the one that these people want to buy.

Players sign up to a website called World of Mass Development and are granted access to regularly released builds of the game. They are then free to comment on how the game can be improved.

Project Cars is set to release in 2013.

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Comments, Reactions, and General Hooliganism

  1. JD2995

    More games… good for me 😀

  2. THE I

    Won’t buy it. Hope others will…

  3. ddddd

    May I ask where is a comment from the devs that mentions the wiiu as a possibility?

    Or are we supposed to request them to do a wiiu version?

    Because I didnt see the name WiiU on that website

    • F0

      Check out the interview with Eurogamer in the source link – it was mentioned that a Wii U version is planned there. 😉

    • ddddd

      Oops my bad, I went directly to their official site and there I didnt saw any console name.

  4. hardcoreUfan

    sounds sweet! i think it will be a launch

  5. Mariomaster1

    I apologize for asking such an unrelated question, but who here would also like to see The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword dominate Skyrim in a voting competition?

    • crackkat

      more like, who wouldnt 😛 everyone here wants to im pretty sure

    • It already has in G4TV’s People’s Choice rewards along with IGN’s.

  6. foxuzamaki

    If im going to be completely and utterly unbiased with this by saying releasing a current gen game during at the time the beginnings of the next gen is suicide, they should kinda just move on to the wiiU

    • Randomite

      Not entirely true, a lot of the X-box 360 launch consisted of scaled up versions of games of the last generation.