The PlayStation 4-exclusive racing game, Driveclub, will run at a 1080p resolution and 30 frames-per-second when it launches this October 7.
Driveclub game director Paul Rustchynsky recently confirmed the information with VG247 in an interview, mentioning that developer Evolution Studios feels it is the best fit for the game.
He said “[Striving for 60FPS] was something that we stated as an early target to ourselves.
“As we’ve got more familiar with the hardware, and also, looking at what we wanted from the game, we decided that 1080p, 30 frames per second is absolutely the best thing, because what that allows us to do is to deliver the most detailed cars in-race that you will ever have seen.
“It’s allowed us to create some of the biggest tracks you will ever see in a racing game, with the most visually-dense environments, as well as a full global illumination system which allows us to make time of day, where shadows are cast, full-on reflections. It’s allowed us to push all those various areas.”
Based on the most recent gameplay trailer and screens, which you can catch right here if you missed it, Driveclub doesn’t fail to impress on a visual front so far.