Before Driver: San Francisco, Ubisoft tasked Sumo Digital with making the next Driver game. Unseen 64 has unearthed details and concept art on the abandoned project, which apparently would have involved the Bay Area and tons of explosions. Split/Second: San Francisco?
Not unless you want them to actually fire back.
I should have been playing more Gears of War 3 Friday night. I had an early copy. But I tried Driver: San Francisco.
After spending more than a decade slowly morphing into Grand Theft Auto, Ubisoft's Driver franchise a metaphysical turn that seems right at home in San Francisco. It's the ultimate out of body experience!Driver's main problem stems from the lack of evolution. Putting it bluntly, the game feels old and archaic.…
Yelawolf, an Alabama rapper signed to Eminem's Shady Records, loves muscle cars. So he must be pretty excited to drive around a real life model of Driver San Francisco's yellow and black Dodge Challenger.
I just want to play Driver: San Francisco to try and figure out how taxi drivers take those hills without launching their vehicles into low Earth orbit. Other crave a little competition. This video is for them.
Like that comeback no one wants to see happen, Ubisoft's always-on DRM is making an encore appearance for the PC version of Driver: San Francisco. Ergo, if you don't have an internet connection, or if Ubisoft's servers go down due to maintenance or hackers or Act of God(s), you can't play the game. Not even in single…
Ubisoft's Driver: San Francisco is a strange thing, what with its comatose protagonist and the supernatural ability of our driver to leap from car to car to car via the game's "Shift" system. Weirder is the game's single-player trailer narration.
More than 120 licensed vehicles, modern makes and classic models, populate the world of Driver: San Francisco. The City by the Bay was the scene of the greatest car chase in cinema history, Dodge vs. Ford, so the fleet reveal for Ubisoft's action racer naturally genuflects to American automotive pride. Driver: San…
Ubisoft Reflection's attempt to get the Driver series back on track will hit on August 30, according to a new trailer for the game that's coming to just about every platform imaginable. Want to see what Driver: San Francisco looks like now? Have a look.
Ubisoft and DC Comics' WildStorm Productions are teaming up to produce a comic set in the Driver video game series universe, with a preview comic to be given away at Comic-Con this week.
A Dutch listing for a Driver: San Francisco Collector's Edition gives up more details on Ubisoft's car-chase sequel with out-of-body experiences.
Tanner's back, and apparently he can release an astral projection. During Ubisoft's press conference we learned of Driver: San Francisco's "Shift" feature, in which Tanner may float in suspended time from one car to another, continuing the action from it.
Ubisoft is counting down to next Monday, when it will presumably unveil the new Driver video game it's teasing in this brand new video that's certainly heavy on driving but gameplay-barren.
E3 is right around the corner, and the big publishers are rolling out lists of what they'll be bringing to the show. Ubisoft's list includes Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, Shaun White Skateboarding, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, the next installment of the Driver series, and "many other titles" that haven't…
It doesn't mean such games are in development - at most the companies owning these marks have moved to protect them - but new domains for GoldenEye and Driver have been registered by Activision and Ubisoft.
It's been 18 months since we first heard that Ubisoft's studio in Newcastle, England was working on a new game in the Driver series. Today, Ubisoft reminded us that, despite this silence, the game is still in development.
Along with new entries in the Raving Rabbids, Ghost Recon, and Driver series, Ubisoft has revealed that its fiscal year 2010-11 lineup will include a new entry in the Assassin's Creed series - with online multiplayer.