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.
For all its problems, the developers behind Driveclub on the PS4 can at least be proud of how good the game’s screenshots look.
The long and winding road for Driveclub PlayStation Plus Edition is hopefully coming to an end. It was supposed to arrive last October, but months later, Sony says it’ll be available tomorrow. What happened? What took so long? At E3, we asked Sony for an explanation.
Today's Highlight Reel shines the spotlight on enemies who show up out of nowhere, bad guys with invincible leg anatomy and a weirder-than-normal GTA V car-jacking.
Two days ago I was bored with Driveclub. Today each race is exhilarating, often terrifyingly so, and all that's changed is the weather.
Thrustmaster's T300 RS force feedback racing wheel is the first officially licensed force feedback driving controller for the PlayStation 4. I am actively afraid of it for the best of reasons.
Driveclub is handing out free DLC as an apology for its disastrous launch. If you snagged the full game, you'll get November's premium DLC packs, Ignition and Photo Finish Tour, free. That means five new cars, 22 new tour events, 10 trophies, and 10 livery items. So that's something, even if the game is still having…
This dunk makes Michael Jordan's Space Jam performance look pretty mundane by comparison. Also, we've got an incredible team wipe in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and more!
On October 7, Sony released the racing game Driveclub for PlayStation 4. Today, October 28, the game still doesn't work as intended—and Sony still hasn't said a word about refunding the folks who paid $60 for it.
Look at me, streaming Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition to a tiny black box from a game console in an entirely different room. Truly we live in magical times.
Stop me if you've heard this one before: the latest Big New Video Game is having serious server issues, and people who spent $60 can't access everything they paid for.
What happened to the free PlayStation Plus version of Driveclub that was supposed to be available to subscribers this week? According to game director Paul Rustchynsky it's being held back until the retail game's connectivity issues are ironed out.
DriveClub finally leaves the starting line in October, with the PlayStation Plus Edition of the game joining Spelunky, Dust: An Elysian Tail, and several other additions to the lineup. Check out the video above, list below, or PlayStation.Blog to see the full roster.