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Driveclub VR is coming to PS4 this October

Sony Japan has announced that Driveclub VR will act as a launch title for Playstation VR later this year.

The virtual reality adaptation of the 2014 racer was prematurely announced by a post on the Japanese Playstation Blog that has since been taken down.

According to the deleted post this new version of Driveclub will feature realistic 3D audio and an immersive cockpit view unique to VR.

Driveclub director Paul Rustchynsky confirmed to Videogamer that the release will also include tracks not found in the original game.

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Evolution Studios, the developer behind Driveclub, was shut down by Sony earlier this year. Having worked on Driveclub VR prior to its closure, development has since been handed over to an unknown studio.

It is still unclear whether or not Driveclub VR will launch alongside Playstation VR in North America and Europe, but we’ll be sure to update you once we know more.

For now, check out a few new screenshots below:

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