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First screenshots for the spiritual successor to GTR, GTRevival

Ian Bell, the CEO of Straight4 (and former founder of Slightly Mad Studios) has released the first unedited in-game screenshots for GTRevival. GTRevival will be a spiritual successor to the legendary sim racing series, GTR, and these screenshots will give you a glimpse at what Straight4 aims to create.

Unfortunately, we don’t have any other details about this upcoming sim game. Since this will be a spiritual successor to GTR, we can safely assume that it will be more of a sim game (and not a mix of arcade and sim).

As said, Ian Bell was the founder of Slightly Mad Studios, the team behind Project CARS.

Back in 2019, Codemasters acquired Slightly Mad Studios and then, in 2021, Electronic Arts acquired Codemasters. Ian Bell was always harsh on EA and on how they treated Slightly Mad Studios, even when his studio was working on the Need for Speed: Shift games. And, in an ironic turn of events, Ian Bell’s studios returned to EA. Not only that but in 2022, EA put an end to the Project CARS franchise.

Anyway, although GTRevival is in development, it has not been officially announced yet. We currently don’t know who will publish it or when it will come out. Thus, you should not be expecting to be playing it anytime soon. Since Project CARS started as one of the first crowd-funded PC games, though, it would make sense to release GTRevival in Early Access.

Enjoy the following first screenshots for GTRevival, and stay tuned for more!

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