Codemasters, the British publisher and developer behind the F1 and Dirt racing series, among a long list of other games, is joining forces with DriveClub’s recently shut down developer, Evolution Studios.
Evolution Studios, the developers behind Motorstorm and Driveclub, have been shut down, Sony confirmed to GamesIndustry.biz.
Two days ago I was bored with Driveclub. Today each race is exhilarating, often terrifyingly so, and all that's changed is the weather.
Remember how water effects always used to be a benchmark for how good a game looked?
Evolution Studios' PS4-exclusive DriveClub will run at 1080p and a regular-ass 30 frames per second. We've known this for a long time, but people keep asking them about it. So here's another explanation for why it's 30 instead of 60.
Don't you worry, Evolution Studios plans to keep the end of the world going on for as long as possible.
After pausing to pay its respects to victims of Japan's earthquake crisis, the latest Motorstorm races to store shelves today, but first it must navigate the assembled video game critics in the Motorstorm: Apocalypse Frankenreview.
The apocalyptic fourth entry in Evolution Studios' off-road racing series is only three months away, as Sony tags Motorstorm Apocalypse with an April 12 release date for North America.
As I crossed the finish line after my fifth run through the latest Motorstorm Apocalypse track in 3D, I raised my arm in the air and let out a resounding, "Woot!" What did I have to celebrate?
Sony have two in-house racing developers. Evolution Studios, who do MotorStorm, and SCEE Liverpool, who do WipeOut. Seems a bit silly having two teams doing the one genre, doesn't it? Does to Sony.