Today the Japanese PlayStation Blog released some new information about Driveclub VR, confirming that it will be a launch title for PlayStation VR on October 13th.
Driveclub's photo mode is most definitely one of the best out there, and arguably the best. Today Game Director Paul Rustchynsky dropped a small tease on the team's next game after the move under Codemasters' umbrella.
If you're eager to hear about the new game by the team that created Driveclub, that moved under Codemasters' umbrella following Evolution Studios' closure by Sony Interactive Entertainment, you're going to have to wait a while, as
Today we learned that the developers from Driveclub's Evolution Studios moved under the Codemasters umbrella, and will operate as a new multiplatform studio.
After the closure of Evolution Studios, many have been wondering what Paul Rustchynsky and his talented team that created Driveclub would do.
After the sad news of the closure of Evolution Studios, we learn a few more details and hints on what's coming in the future from Driveclub Game Director Paul Rustchynsky, who doesn't seem to be discouraged by
Driveclub Developers Thank Fans for Overwhelming Support on Studio Closure: “The Future is Looking Bright”
Today we heard the heartbreaking news of the closure of Evolution Studios, and after releasing statements commenting on the situation, Game Director Paul Rustchynsky and Community Manager Jamie Brayshaw followed up thanking the fans for the overwhelming
Earlier today, we reported about the closure of Driveclub developer Evolution Studios. Just now, Game Director Paul Rustchynsky released a statement on Twitter, commenting on the event.
Driveclub Director Would Love to Add Lexus LFA and Mazdas: Each Car Requires 1,000 Man-Hours To Make
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 Virtual Reality version of Driveclub for PlayStation VR was presented at Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, and today Game Director Paul Rustchynsky took to Twitter to provide more information on it.
Today Evolution Studios announced the new DLC coming in March for Driveclub and Driveclub Bikes, and Game Director Paul Rustchynsky shared a few screenshots featuring the new cars and bikes included in the Finish Line and MV
It's that time of the month again, and details are starting to appear about March's update and new content coming to Driveclub, by way of the game's official account and Director Paul Rustchynsky.
Driveclub has been out for over a year, but Evolution Studios is still working hard on the game. As usual, Game Director Paul Rustchynsky provided some new information on what you can expect on Twitter.
If you're wondering what happened to the upcoming mobile app for Driveclub, Game Director Paul Rustchynsky mentioned on Twitter that it's going to be out soon. Apparently, the new app won't be the same "MyDriveclub" released and
Driveclub is a great game, and with the update that has just been released today, especially wheel owners have one more option to enjoy its gameplay thanks to the hardcore driving model. Yet, the first urban track,
Did you find Driveclub too easy? Then it's time to prove what you're made of, because this month's update will bring "hardcore" mode, taking off traction control, stability control and other assists that helped amend our mistakes
Driveclub has been updated at a staggering rate since its release over a year ago, and today Game Director Paul Rustchynsky mentioned new details on what you can expect in the future.
It's that time of the month again, and the folks at Evolution Studios are teasing Driveclub's February update, which apparently includes quite a lot of content.
With the outset of 2016, we've also entered into a new month, and that means a new update coming for Driveclub. Game Director Paul Rustchynsky promised that we're going to hear news on it next week: