Driveclub Director Promises No Screen Tearing in Game, Female Drivers, Gives More Gameplay Details

on May 19, 2014 5:02 AM

The recently appointed Driveclub game director Paul Rustchynsky has been sharing a lot of details about the game lately, and today he gave some more information on Twitter.

A few users complained about visible screen tearing in the videos recently published by Sony, but Rustchynsky promised that it’s just an issue with the movie player on the site, and it won’t happen in the game.

In addition to that, we also learn that if you’ll want to be a charming lady driver in the game, you’ll “most certainly” be able to select a female character. This comes in addition to the recently revealed outfit customization. Rustchynsky then promised that more details about character personalization will be shared down the line.

We also learn that we won’t be able to manually turn our headlights on and off, as it’ll happen automatically (presumably depending on the lighting conditions),  and that the first person aspects of the title (an example of which is showcased in the GIF below) that were shown before the delay, but didn’t appear after the re-reveal, are still part of the game, and more of them will be shown in the future.


 /  Executive News Editor
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