But who’s leading the development?
Despite the closure of developer Evolution Studios last month, DriveClub VR has been rated by the ESRB.
We’ve seen DriveClub VR demoed to showcase virtual reality tech, but as yet, nothing has been announced about a full release until the ESRB let the cat out of the bag.
The game’s been granted an E rating and described as a “racing simulation game in which players drive a variety of cars around real world locations. Players can engage in traditional races, time trials, and drifting challenges.”
Will this be standalone VR title, or a new mode for current DriveClub owners? We have no idea. Maybe E3 2016 will shed some light on this, eh?