Recent weather conditions in Sydney, Australia are responsible for a slight delay of the PC version of Project Cars in the country.
Sydney recently suffered from storms that caused flooding in some areas. One of those is the place where publisher Namco Bandai was storing PC copies of Project Cars. The stock was "severely damaged," according to retailer EB Games.
"During the recent heavy weather event in Sydney, our vendor partner’s warehouse and stock of Project Cars for PC were severely damaged.
"Replacement stock is on the way, but unfortunately we can no longer receive stock early enough to ship the game for delivery on release day. Currently we are hoping to ship your order from our Distribution Centre on release day," reads the statement.
Kotaku reports that customers were made aware of the delay last week.
As a result, the game will not make its May 7 release date in the region. DLC codes, which are printed on paper, are also affect. Namco is currently targeting a release date of May 8 for the PC version.
PlayStation 4 and Xbox One copies were not affected by this.