The upcoming PS4 exclusive racing game Driveclub is just a month and a half from its much anticipated release, and Game Director Paul Rustchynsky is still providing information on the game on Twitter.
According to Rustchynsky due to the fact that the skies of the game are fully dynamic, it would normally be impossible to reproduce the same exact lighting conditions twice. Yet, there’s a way to replay exactly the same race thanks to the challenge system. Each race we’ll drive will automatically be saved to our race history, and available to send as a challenge to other players.
Rustchynsky also mentioned that whole the rumble for the DualShock 4 controller will be “fairly strong” by default, we’ll actually be able to increase its intensity in the options.
Finally, we learn that H-pattern shifters aren’t currently supported. That’s not too surprising, considering Driveclub‘s focus on supercars, that normally have more gears than those available in your usual H-pattern shifter unit.