DriveClub Screenshots Show Breathtaking Detail, Game Director Shares More Information On Bugs/Fixes
Game director Paul Rustchynsky looking for player feedback.
There is a good reason why DriveClub won our Best Graphics Award of 2014. The game simply looks mind blowing. We have already covered the technical details behind the weather and physics effects of the game, so if you have missed out reading make sure you check this out. We also have a selection of new screenshots courtesy NeoGaf which we have posted at the end of the article. It goes without saying that these look phenomenal.
As has been the case since launch, Evolution Studios have released out a number of fixes and patches making DriveClub one of the best racers on the PlayStation 4. In order to fasten up the process Paul Rustchynsky, the game’s director is now asking the community to get involved, specifically for those users who are to unable to access Photo Mode or use Reset to Track via the Touch-pad. Paul is looking for the following questions to be answered from affected users as it will help resolve the issues faster.
Have you been able to try a different Pad? If so did that fix the problem for you?
What are the first 3 digits of the serial number on the pad you’re having problems with? 111 or 211?
Are you playing with the USB cable connected or disconnected when experiencing this problem?
Has it ever worked for you? Or is the problem intermittent?
Furthermore he also suggested a fix for players who are facing unusual rendering of horizontal seperators such as the one above. He suggests the following solution: “Be sure that your TV has all ‘over-scan’ options disabled so you’re outputting a full frame, and then go to the PS4 system settings and change the display area so that it’s at its maximum size.”
DriveClub is now available for the PlayStation 4.