This new Driver is the sixth in the series, but follows directly on from events in Driv3r, released in 2004. Detective John Tanner has suffered an accident and is left in a coma, and the game is set inside his unconscious dream-state. Jean-Sébastien Décant is Senior Designer on San Francisco, while Marie-Jo Leroux is the game’s Producer. They both joined us at the Ubisoft booth at this year’s E3 to fill us in on the game, including information on the new “shift” feature.
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