We take a test drive around the newly-added circuits in Evolution Studio’s final arcade racer.
30 new track layouts arrive in what may be the final update for the PlayStation exclusive.
Driveclub VR is here, and can be seen in the latest ad showcasing Sony’s VR headset.
Evolution Studios’ last hurrah is a fun arcade thowaround, and a suitable showcase for Sony’s most ambitious bit of tech yet.
Like Driveclub’s pounding soundtrack, and old-school musical media? Sony’s got just the ticket, and it’s available this Friday.
A brand-new single-player experience arrives October 13th.
Evolution Studios’ final title arrives in under a month at a low price point (and even lower for loyal fans of the original).
Rushy brings some bad news to hopeful adopters of the PS4 Pro.
Give Evolution Studios’ last title a try-before-you-buy with the PlayStation VR demo disc.
While Driveclub VR may be releasing before year’s end, the story of the original game hasn’t come to a close just yet.
PlayStation Access got behind the wheel of the enhanced title, and found it more natural than the original game.
DRIVECLUB’s VR spin-off gets a release window this morning at Gamescom.
According to the official PlayStation Blog, the exclusive racer lives on. Or at least, that’s what it said before the article disappeared.
Uncertainty surrounding the title’s release seems calmed thanks to newly-registered ESRB listing.
Two of the biggest names in the racing genre are joining forces.
The development team behind the Motorstorm and Driveclub franchises has been closed by parent company, Sony.