Previously seen at events as a prototype, DriveClub VR was rated by the ESRB today for PlayStation 4 and given this description:
This is a racing simulation game in which players drive a variety of cars around real world locations. Players can engage in traditional races, time trials, and drifting challenges.
Before Evolution Studios was closed, DriveClub Game Director Paul Rustchynsky said, “We’ve yet to announce our plans [for DriveClub VR], expect more details at E3.” It remains to be seen if Sony still plans on showing off DriveClub VR at E3 2016, which begins June 13.
As for Rustchynsky, he confirmed today that Evolution Studios has begun work on their new IP at Codemasters:
Today I start my new job at Codemasters and get to work on a new racing IP! Excited to finally get started 🙂 #MondaysCanBeGood
— Paul Rustchynsky (@Rushy33) April 25, 2016
Do you think DriveClub VR will be a full game, update to DriveClub, or demo inside the PlayStation VR Demo Disc included with the headset?