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Post by Eorl @ 10:54am 09/07/14 | 1 Comments
PlayStation 4's exclusive racing title DriveClub may not be getting a dynamic weather system until after the game's launch come this October 7th, but that hasn't stopped developer Evolution Studios in releasing two small snippets of gameplay showing off the rainy weather seen in-game.

In a recent interview with the official PlayStation Blog, DriveClub art director Alex Perkins explains that the weather conditions seen in-game can change rather dramatically. From a slight drizzle of rain to a torrential downpour or the cold flurry of snow to an encompassing blizzard, it seems Evolution Studios aren't stopping at anything for their realistic weather system.

"You can expect it to change dynamically and unpredictably while you race — because we've designed it to be just like real weather systems," said Perkins. "Lots of things play into this, like elevation, wind speed and temperature."

Perkins gave the example of driving in Norway, where the snow will get heavier as you go up a mountain. The conditions can even get to the point of zero visibility. Players will be able to fully customize the weather themselves, and create unique challenges to share with friends. Check out the weather system in action below, and another one through their Facebook.






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Ice9ine
Posted 07:53pm 09/7/14
I have both consoles so not bias but the graphics and weather in this have just torn Horizon 2 a new one.
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