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February 11. 2023.
Pacific Drive: Open-world driving survival game set for 2023 release!

Developed by Ironwood Studios as their debut title, Pacific Drive is a stunning survival game set in the heart of an exclusion zone, where your only companion is your car. Here’s everything we know about Pacific Drive so far.
Described as a road-lite, Pacific Drive takes on a new combination of a driving simulator and survival games, prompting players to upgrade their vehicles while unraveling the mysteries of their location. While unique, not much is widely known about the game’s details. With that in mind, we’ve compiled everything you need to know about the upcoming title as well as what the game’s about, the trailer, platforms, and if it has a release date.

Official Trailer:

Offical Description:
   Pacific Drive is a run-based, first-person driving survival game. Your car is your only companion as you navigate a surreal and anomaly-filled reimagining of the Pacific Northwest. Structured as a “road-lite”, each excursion into the wilderness brings unique and strange challenges, as you restore and upgrade your car from an abandoned garage that acts as your home base.
With the car as your lifeline, you’ll unravel a long-forgotten mystery as you make your way to the heart of the Olympic Exclusion Zone.

Pacific Drive will be available to play on PlayStation 5 and PC, making it a PlayStation exclusive. Due to its nature as a PlayStation exclusive, it’s unlikely that we’ll see the game reach the Xbox or other consoles.

Ironwood Studios has released a new trailer (check uphere) of its upcoming ‘driving survival’ game Pacific Drive, showcasing the game’s vehicle customisation and eerie atmosphere.
The game is set in the Pacific Northwest region of the USA, but things have taken a turn for the worse. Bizarre and dangerous anomalies have sprung up, creating a post-apocalyptic scenario. It’s like an on-the-nose episode of ‘Drive to Survive’, except Guenther Steiner isn’t swearing at you in several European languages.
Your only companion is your car, which can be upgraded in your garage by scavenging parts and materials outdoors. Every trip is dangerous, however, with your car acting as a lifeline while players work to uncover the mystery of the Olympic Exclusion Zone. Ironwood Studios promise that each venture outside the safety of your garage will be randomised, with emphasis placed on resource collection to help upgrade your car and garage.
Solid details on the gameplay mechanics remain light, but the trailer shows an atmospheric world to explore with on-foot sections ramping up the tension, as futuristic enemies hunt you down. The game will feature an original soundtrack by Wilbert Roget II, who previously provided music for Mortal Kombat 11, Call of Duty: WWII and Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, with licenced music set to also arrive thanks to undisclosed Pacific Northwestern bands. It’s clear from this early look that sound will play a large part in building tension and atmosphere in the game world.

5min of Gameplay By Kotaku:

Although relatively new to the games industry, having formed in 2019, Ironwood Studios is made up of former 343 Industries, Bungie, Activision, Irrational and Oculus employees, meaning hopes are high for Pacific Drive. Pacific Drive is available to wishlist on the PlayStation, Steam and Epic Games Stores now, and will be available for PlayStation 5 and PC at some point in 2023.

Here is some official screenshots of Pacific Drive:

Source fromKotaku.com
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