Driveclub announced for PS4

Motorstorm dev reveals next-gen racing game

February 21, 2013
Driveclub

Evolution Studios has announced Driveclub, a new driving game that will arrive on Playstation 4.

Evolution Studios, who developed the MotorStorm series, announced the title at the Playstation event in New York, and say that the game is heavily focused on team-based racing.

“We collaborated with the best car companies in the world, working with them to create the most detailed and authentic car interiors and exteriors possible,” said Evolution. “The result is staggering: it isn’t cockpit view; it is truly immersive first-person-racing.”

The game will also utilise the element of social racing, allowing friends to collaborate in teams and interact with asynchronous challenge-based racing on multiple devices. How this will be done is yet to be seen.

There is no release date for Driveclub, but is expected to arrive on PS4 within the console’s launch window.

Check out the announcement trailer below:

Source: Playstation blog 

More Playstation 4 announcements:

Knack, new character-driven physics action-platformer for PS4

Destiny confirmed for PlayStation 4

Killzone Shadow Fall revealed for PS4

Watch Dogs heads to PS4, new gameplay video

Diablo III coming to PS4, PS3

Tags: active, Driveclub, Driveclub game, driveclub PS4, Evolution Studios, playstation, PlayStation 4, ps4, PS4 racing game, Ster Kinekor

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