OK, that was unexpected. About an hour before its planned debut on Friday, Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 got delayed by several days. PlayWay humbly apologized to the players and explained that the delay was made because two of the game’s languages (Japanese and Chinese) hadn’t been approved on Steam. The new release date is set to July 25, 2017.
Here it is, the next installment in the best-selling Car Mechanic Simulator series from Polish company PlayWay is launching on Steam today, in just several hours (8 A.M. PDT). Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 lets you find classic, unique automobiles abandoned in barns and junkyards, and then restore them to full glory. In the game you can repair, customize, and drive over 40 cars, using 10+ tools and more than 1,000 parts for the job. Or you can build your own vehicle from scratch in the Car Editor. The game offers endless play mode, in which you can keep upgrading your shop and pursue an infinite number of randomly generated missions.
When compared with the previous edition, Car Mechanic Simulator 2015, this next game brings along a list of new features. Some of them are: exchangeable seats, steering wheels and benches, new repair system, parts warehouse, Barn Find module, separated tires and rims, several new tools (such as shock absorber, battery charger, wheel balancer and changer, engine crane), race track, better physics, progression, system, overhauled UI, and much more. Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 also offers modding support from day one, so get ready for loads of player-made content.