Codemasters announces plans to take on Evolution Studios, the team known for racing games like DriveClub and Motorstorm that was shuttered by Sony earlier this year.
DriveClub and Motorstorm developer Evolution Studios is set to close after seventeen years, as Sony attempts to reconfigure its array of development partners.
Driveclub’s game director reveals that a hardcore option for the PS4 racer is set to arrive in February’s update, turning off traction control and stability control.
‘DriveClub’ director Paul Rustchynsky has taken to Twitter to suggest that the long-delayed PlayStation Plus version of the game might be set to release very soon.
Sony announces that there will be layoffs at Evolution Studios, the developer of troubled PS4 racer ‘Driveclub’ but work on the PlayStation Plus version of the game will continue.
With server and online woes now behind them, Evolution Studios announces the next major downloadable content pack coming for ‘Driveclub’ later this month
Despite PlayStation Europe boss Jim Ryan suggesting that ‘Driveclub’ PlayStation Plus edition might not be released, Sony confirms that progress is still ongoing on that version of the game.
PlayStation Europe boss Jim Ryan suggests that despite claims by Sony to the contrary the PlayStation Plus Edition of ‘Driveclub’ may never be release.
The serious server problems continue for ‘Driveclub’, with developer Evolution Studios revealing ‘a lot of server development’ is still needed before the PS+ edition can launch.
After a series of game-breaking issues plagued ‘Driveclub’ at launch, the PS4 team racer now adds dynamic weather in a new update.
Evolution Studios announces that free DLC packs will be available for those who purchased ‘DriveClub’.
Evolution Studios reveals that more servers and updates are coming to help improve DriveClub’s online performance, but admit they still have more work to do.
As ‘DriveClub’s woes continue, the developer is still on track to deliver dynamic weather to the game as planned.
Some two weeks after release, ‘Driveclub’ developer Evolution Studios says the worst of gamers’ connection problems should be behind them.
With ‘DriveClub’ problems still persisting, Evolution Studios has released a new patch intended to help. But that, too, has encountered issues.
While PlayStation’s newest racer, ‘DriveClub,’ continues to suffer from online issues, Polyphony Digital confirms Gran Turismo 7 for 2015/2016.
Despite already experiencing online connection problems, ‘DriveClub’s developer warns of further issues.