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ESRB Rating Appears for DriveClub VR
The rumored DriveClub VR game has been officially given E rating by ESRB, strengthening the possibilities for this driving sim getting a virtual reality update and releasing for PlayStation VR.
When Oculus Rift and HTC Vive were announced a lot of gamers got excited and after overwhelming positive response to VR, Sony also decided to jump in the virtual reality market and started developing its own PlayStation VR.
However, prototype VR version of this game was demoed last year for PalyStation VR, but nothing has been formally announced.
To make matters more interesting, the developing Studio of the DriveClub, Evolution Studios, was shut down by Sony last month and the studio team found its new home at CodeMasters.
It could be possible that Evolution Studio was working on the virtual reality port for DriveClub before the closure and shifting the development to another studio.
As of now it is not known that Driveclub will receive a patch to make it VR compatible or will it be a standalone title for PlayStation VR.
Last month a fan asked a question to game director Paul Rustchynsky regarding DriveClub VR and he replied that wait till E3 2016 for further details.
DriveClub is a racing simulator video game developed exclusively for PlayStation 4.
What do you think of DriveClub VR? Will you purchase it if it’s a Standalone title for PlayStation VR? Let us know in the comments.