Driveclub Director Would Love to Add Lexus LFA and Mazdas: Each Car Requires 1,000 Man-Hours To Make

on March 21, 2016 5:55 PM

Driveclub has received quite a few Japanese cars as DLC in the past few months, but it’s still largely dominated by European rides. Yet, Game Director Paul Rustchynsky would like to introduce some rather interesting cars from the archipelago of the rising sun, including the rotary engine-powered Mazdas and the beautiful Lexus LFA, even if he specified that licensing can be a tricky and long process.

Of course, licensing is just the beginning, as the cars need to be made. The team has managed to reduce the development time of each to about 1,000 man-hours in 4-6 weeks, as they have become more proficient at it, and have more developers working on the DLC cars.

Personally, I would absolutely love to see more Japanese cars in Driveclub, and Mazdas (especially the RX7 adn RX8) and the Lexus LFA are definitely near the top of my list.

 /  Executive News Editor
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