News surrounding Evolution Studio's ambitious socially-connected DriveClub for the PS4 has been thin on the ground since its next generation announcement, but details are slowly starting to emerge as we get closer to its inevitable showing at E3 next month where we hope to gain a greater understanding of Evolution's nine year project.
The new details come from an in-depth interview posted on Edge-Online, which delves deep into DriveClub's conception, how it will utilise the PS4's almighty horsepower and Evolution's ambition to push DriveClub "beyond arcade and simulation racing."
DriveClub is undoubtedly breathtakingly beautiful to look at from what we've seen so far, but we want to know what it's like to actually play as a driving experience. As Evolution's above statement suggests, DriveClub will seemingly weave between the lines of simulation and arcade with a driving model that's "accessible and fun and social, but is nevertheless breathtaking to look at and sophisticated and deep at the same time as it’s accessible." Sounds a bit like Grid 2, then.
Some new glistening screenshots have also surfaced predominately featuring an immaculately-rendered Koenigsegg Agera R, which you can view below: