‘Watch Dogs’ was built using pieces of an engine that was meant for another installment in the ‘Driver’ franchise. Can we expect improved open world driving gameplay?
After scoring some fairly positive reviews, ‘Driver: San Francisco’ fans are receiving more good news with new DLC on the horizon and the dissolution of UPlay Passport support.
Ubisoft has decided to remove their DRM requirement for the recently released ‘From Dust’ and their upcoming sequel, ‘Driver: San Francisco.’
Ubisoft has released a new trailer showing the various items and in-game content available to those who pick up the ‘Driver: San Francisco’ Collector’s Pack.
‘Driver: San Francisco’ is expected to be a great return to the roots of the ‘Driver’ Franchise, and while the latest trailer doesn’t show much gameplay, it sure does looks purty.
Ubisoft made some release date announcements for a few of their upcoming titles. One tidbit was that ‘Driver: San Francisco’ should be expected this September.
This week we shoot some hoops, traverse through orbit, make our way through neon mazes, fight through waves of enemies, and go undercover to man the getaway car.
In the blitz of games announced for the new 3DS, one that might go unnoticed by many is Ubisoft’s ‘Driver 3D.’ We’ve got screenshots that show this installment looks to take the series in a newly inspired direction.
The Game Rant crew will be live-blogging the Ubisoft Press Conference here at starting at 5 p.m. EST/8 p.m. PST. Be sure to tune in below!