Check out the Driver video walkthrough from E3

By Joe Anderson, Tuesday, 22 June 2010 18:26 GMT

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Ubi’s released a video walkthrough of Driver: San Francisco, showing some of the game’s features, new and old.

It starts off with a car chase between John Tanner and Jericho, which has the duo speeding through the streets knocking over garbage cans.

During the scene, we also get to see the inside of the vehicle – which Edmondson said was inspired by such films as The French Connection and Bullitt.

Later on, Edmondson says the whole city has 208 miles of road, making it one of the biggest driving areas in any videogame. He also chats about the new “Shift” feature, and the inclusion of 100 licensed cars.

You can read more about Driver: San Francisco in our recent preview here and also catch our interview with Martin Edmunson here.

Driver: San Francisco releases this holiday season for Mac, PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

A separate Wii title is also in the works.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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