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Sony has revealed that it'll be closing the online servers for Driveclub marking the final death toll for the ambitious racing title. Driveclub was a...
Despite completely canning the studio behind the game, Sony has today officially announced DriveClub VR, a VR version of Evolution Studios ill-fated racing sim, Drive Club.
According to a recent ESRB listing, Sony's failed social racer, DriveClub may be getting its own virtual reality edition, which is odd, considering Sony closed down Evolution Studios a few weeks back.
Despite Sony seemingly putting an end to Evolution Studios, it might not be so, as Codemasters has swooped in to save the DriveClub developer.
Earlier this week, Sony announced that they'd closed down Evolution Studios, the developer behind the multiplayer-focused racer, DriveClub, and while it was sad news for the future of the game, it looks as if the development team may stay together.
It's hard to say that we didn't see this coming, but after the disastrous launch that was DriveClub, the developer behind the game is no more.
Evolution Studios has already revealed that an update is coming to DriveClub next month, adding that they're going to "pack a lot in," but we weren't sure exactly what this update will include. However, we do know that it'll include a Hardcore mode.
DriveClub, the connected racing game that could have been, is still getting full support from its developers Evolution Studios who has recently teased an upcoming update for February that's going to "pack a lot in."
DriveClub, the gorgeous driving sim from Evolution Studios, will be getting continued support for the next year, the developers have revealed. This will include both new features as well as content.
Despite the game's problems almost immediately after launch, DriveClub has finally redeemed itself and Sony has finally pushed out the PlayStation Plus version of the game. But even before then, the game managed to shift a pretty impressive 2 million copies.
After around 7 months since its original release date, the PlayStation Plus Edition of DriveClub is finally here. This comes after an unexpected launch yesterday which also happened to once again kill a few servers. Now however, Sony is taking it slow and rolling out online play one step at a time.
After a frankly terrible launch fans have been faced with disappointment after disappointment with DriveClub and after an almost 12 month wait for the PlayStation Plus edition of the game, Evolution Studios has revealed that the game is almost ready.
Though there's still no release date for the PS Plus version of DriveClub, a significant server update is rolling out to the game today paving the way for the release of the stripped-down version. The update should have happened this morning with update 1.16 going live at the same time.
Before DriveClub, Evolution Studios worked on another racing game which you might have heard of. This racing game did a fantastic job of showing what the PlayStation 3 could do and is the reason why many had high hopes for DriveClub. That game is Motorstorm, and for those who miss that particular title can relive their offroading fantasies with the new Motorstorm DLC for DriveClub.
Last week Sony confirmed that there were a number of job cuts happening at DriveClub developer, Evolution Studios. Little other details were given as to how many staff were being made redundant, or what would be happening to the studio. All we know is that the PlayStation Plus version of DriveClub is still in the worlds and that this "isn't the end for DriveClub." Now however, sources say 55 members of staff have lost their positions.