Earlier this year we reported that DriveClub VR had been rated by the ESRB ratings board for a release, though no details came soon after and Sony refused to answer any questions posed by Pure PlayStation.
A little earlier today, Sony let slip on the Japanese PlayStation Blog that DriveClub VR will be releasing on October 13th of this year – the same day as the PlayStation VR. We’ve not got many details on the specifics for this release, though we do know the game will release as a standalone product with a new set of tracks to zip around on.
What’s particularly strange in this tale is that DriveClub VR was developed entirely by Evolution Studios. For those who’ve been living in a cave for the last few months, Evolution Studios is no longer operating and most of its staff have moved over to Codemasters after Sony closed the studio.
The Japanese blog post has since been removed, though Paul Rustchynsky, former game director for DriveClub, has stated on Twitter that we should learn more very soon.
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