DriveClub will support all steering wheels that work on the PS4, according to Evolution Studios. It’s still to be confirmed if PS3 compatible steering wheels such as Logitech’s G25/G27 will work on the PlayStation 4 or not. Editor’s note: We’re hoping and guessing that they will, since these sets are very expensive and for the most part USB-connected, so making or including working drivers for the PS4 should be a piece of cake.
Evolution’s Col Rodgers stated that they are aiming for 60 FPS at 1080p native resolution in the final game, even though the E3 demos were running at 30 FPS. He also confirmed full Remote Play support on the PS Vita wherever you have a Wi-Fi connection. He also said that they’re using a “service model” to roll out updates with new content and fixes in the background, without the need for large patch downloads and installation wait times.
DriveClub is slated for a November release, as a launch title for the PlayStation 4. A fully working, “light” version of the game will be available for free to all PS Plus subscribers at launch.