PS4Fans have got fresh gameplay from the finished build of DriveClub showing what it's like to drive inside an Audi R8 at night, ending with an incredibly realistic crash.
Those Screens Cracks tho and the shaking camera really added a nice touch now if your airbag pot'd out that would be crazy. and it's good to know Cars will be Flipping :D.
Yeah, cars flipping n rolling in DC is awesome. cant wait to experience it for myself.
Really great sense of speed in this. I found myself wincing as he lost control.
iz he dead?
@Bloodborn He kept driving after the crash so I guess you can say he's still alive, LOL.
@bloodborn That was the first thing that came to my mind. I just love the animation, this game is looking better and better! :D
Do you remember the Perfect Day Ps4 commercial? The driveclub cars did flip over.It was a hint.
I'm picturing the scene from the Need For Speed movie.
Well that mix of sexy graphics, lighting & particle effects, physics, sounds, and well executive camera work made that the most realistic rollover I have ever seen in a game! Wow!
I was at the side of the road watching that. So glad to see he carried on. Had my finger on the phone.
is there car damage or is it all just visual?
Car damage is visual it will not effect handling, Motorstorm was the same but didn't stop it being great fun. As for the crash WOW talk about turning your world upside down lol,
Would have been a billion times better if it had mechanical and internal damage.
the gfx on this game looks good as hell. they definitely should show this off tho looks weird when a car crashes and roll and drive off like its brand new. kinda ruins the video
That guy waiting at the end, after you recover from your crash... Is that a teaser for the next ghost in PT/Silent Hills???
I have to admit, that crash was actually pretty good. Rarely do crashes in racing games cause me to get that slightly sick feeling you get along with the feelings and emotions that accompany being reminded of real car crashes that I experienced 8 and 12 years ago. Ugh... at least time I don't have to spend the next 5 months learning to walk again. lol. (yeah.. try getting hit by a drunk driver in a slightly off-set head-on collision at 55mph vs 50mph when the other car swerved into my lane about 2 car lengths before impact.. ugh. My 2001.5 Audi S4 saved my life.) The accident would have been better if the drivers peripheral vision would have narrowed to a tunnel vision effect and more importantly, the action should have slowed down in order to mimic the 'fight or flight' mechanism that kicks in the moment your body floods with adrenaline and the brain becomes overclocked much like a processor. Also... the windows should have been blown out, and that sound of broken up temperd glass pieces needs to be heard all over the inside of the car towards the end of the rolling.
At 00:35 the car flipped it looked AWSHUM
That was the most epic crash I've seen in a game yet. It reminds of the time in Dead Island 1 when me and my friends drove off a cliff in a pickup and blew it up.
Yeah it was! I like how the guy waited after the crash was over, like he was stunned, thinking Am i alive? and then drove off
That flip was great! and sound engine is fantastic.
I am going to crash into all of my teammates cars. Play together. Flip together. Lol
10/10 for the roll over impressive but wheres the damage or maybe it was fully off.
I like damage in sim racer. But for Arcade racer, if your car crashed and the damage affects the performance of your vehicle, you will basically lose the race. Most of the arcade racer is to drive as fast as you can and disregard the race line and your opponents and win the race. Where as in sim racer you must memorize the race line and drive with precision. Having damages affect your performances means that there is no way you will catch up to your opponent after a severe crash.
go san fran! :D
Im talking broken windscreen/windows lol.
Yeah, but as you said " drive as fast as you can and disregard the race line and your opponents and win the race" which would imply just about everyone else would be crashing as well. It's not like you would be the only one with mechanical damage in the game... I get why, but it kills racing games for me when there is no mechanical damage whatsoever.
@cfc78 If I remember correctly car damage depends on the car you're driving. These high end car manufacturers limit the amount of damage you can do to the cars with their strict and stingy guidelines. They'll make you repaint an entire car and stop selling to you if you don't abide by their terms and conditions.
I just thought it was strange how the windows didnt crack like they do in Forza after a roll over.
I really love all the videos coming out! Its really making me want this more and more. Its to the point i dont even care that i can play it for free on Ps Plus, i want to buy the full version and experience all the tracks.
Very impressive. The game has really come a long way.
That is a driving game I will play! Way bad ass!!
hoping to crash alot xD
Not only is DC going to be fun to play, its going to be a laughable experience as well.
That was amazing! almost real life *--* OMG I can't wait for DC!
i keep saying it... the sense of speed of this game is just too good.
my head is still shaking
wow!, that think will scare crap out of me if It suddenly happens to me, the sound, the motion, daaammmnnnn :O
It looks fantastic but still not a fan of the bumper car play. I need more sim in my racers.
At first I felt that way to. But I would be lying if I dint say that the last few rounds of videos of DC has changed my mind. The closer we get the more tighter everything is starting to look. Graphics and gameplay is looking good.
Hmm, I'm the opposite. I want more arcade, in the sense of FH2, with destructible barriers. I thought this looked very sim.
I agree it has a sim look on the surface. It does look flat out gorgeous graphically but game play wise there are no tuning options from my understanding and damage is all strictly cosmetic which means bumper car racing will rule the day in almost all race events since there will be little penalty or incentive to keep the races clean. I like knowing if I or someone else tries to brute force their way through a pass that it could inadvertently impact their own car with damage that could cripple them. Its that risk reward / actions have consequences element that I fear will be missing.
Instead of a risk/reward element being there they added a fun element instead, getting together with a group of friends and smashing into each other on corners and not worrying about totalling a car in an arcade style racer sounds fun. They never intended on adding vehicular tuning because they wanted the racers to be more skill based rather than who tuned the car for an advantage.
Hey man Evolution worked hard on this. It looks like a great game and will make an awesome franchise in the future. Don't hate.
Then play a sim racer. No sense complaining about what isn't there when it ain't supposed to be there.
That is one visually impressive game. I really like how the tachometer was reflecting off the driver side window. That was a nice touch. The sound was very realistic too, borderline scary almost.
Literally just bought the game because of this video. I need to support this game. Period. Looks fantastic and i'm sure it'll play just as well.
Sllllluurrrrpppp Wipes up drooll
Anyone knows if DC has an "Eliminator" mode, just like Motorstorm?. I can imagine playing elimination mode during night time races.... Amazing! Buying Day 1
Oh that would be amazing.
I like how he paused , after the roll to make sure he had no broken bones,,, then on to finish.
look at you. ship all banged up...
that looked freakin awesome! what dosent look awesome are all the jaggies which you dont see in any of the adverts theyve shown so far, but the gaming industry has being doing that kind of bullshotting since day dot.
This is probably the best looking racing game I've seen. That's crazy. You can really feel the power and weight of the car.
"Who the f*** is drivin' this car, Stevie Wonder?" - J. McClane
I really like how they show the steering wheel turn 900 degrees and not just half way like Forza. The only other games I know that got this right are GT5 and Midnight Club LA. Does anyone know if you can use the Logitech G25 or other steering wheels for the PS4?
Sorry but the trees/grass look really bad during gameplay, everything looked popped up like older generation stuff. On the plus side though night driving looks fun.
Anyone else notice the reflection of the gauges on the side window WOW such attention to detail in this game, DC is incredible!
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