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Driveclub’s course detail looks crazy in this raw PS4 gameplay footage

Wednesday, 11th June 2014 11:41 GMT By Dave Cook

Driveclub has received clips of raw PS4 gameplay out of E3 2014, courtesy of Sony and developer Evolution Studios. The footage shows off the racer’s dynamic weather and far-reaching vistas, along with input from game director Paul Rustchynsky on race challenges and more.

Driveclub appeared on stage during Sony’s E3 2014 conference alongside Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Naughty Dog has since discussed the sequel’s gameplay and approach to action in a new video interview. Watch it here.

Rustchynsky explained that Driveclub’s dynamic weather system isn’t a case of on or off, but a truly evolving state that will change during each race, including rain, snow, thunderstorms and of course, blistering sunshine. This impacts many aspects of the game, including wind-shield wipers in cockpit view and handling on the road.

The footage above sees a Ferrari F12 racing in Chile. He explained that wherever you place at the end, you’re still going to earn rewards by completing challenges thrown at you mid-race, such as maintaining a longer drift and more.

There’s tons of details in the clip above. Have a look and let us know what you think below.

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5 Comments

  1. psxman

    Raw ≠ YouTube video what with compression, fps cap and all that jazz.

    Still, gives a good idea of what to expect.

    #1 3 months ago
  2. Yogosan

    @1, Apparently adding random adverbs to article titles encourages more views than ones without them. There is a whole “science” behind this stuff. Thats why no matter what website you go on to, the article titles are always feel like they’re written by the same person, with the same clickbait theatrical language.

    Head over to IGN and you will find titles that ask YOU what the news is! For example, – “Is Someone Other Than Link in The New Zelda Trailer?” – It’s a quick and easy way to highlight what to expect when you click on the article without actually telling you. Yahoo commonly uses this trick in their “News” articles. Comical when you think about it, why are they asking me a question I can’t possibly know the answer to.

    It’s all about envoking certain emotions in people, and if you want your website to get alot of hits per day, well you better do what all the other popular websites are doing.

    #2 3 months ago
  3. psxman

    @2 “Head over to IGN” I’d rather not, but I get what you’re saying.
    Annoyingly, I’ve noticed a lot more of this since the changes in January.
    Lots of opinion pieces, a high/lowlight being yesterday’s PlayStation presentation.

    The Wiki is laughably out of date now – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VG247

    #3 3 months ago
  4. RussellGorall

    @psxman The game is 30fps.

    #4 3 months ago
  5. Alkanida

    @psxman welcome to VG24/7. Dave Cook is the guy who does not know how to write headlines and thinks misleading title will help him get more viewers on his site.
    Pretty much every article is full of shit like that.

    #5 3 months ago

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