DriveClub developer Evolution Studios has said it’ll be a while before we hear anything on its next project, as it’s only just starting development on the mystery title.
Writing on Twitter in response to a fan, Evolution’s Paul Rustchynsky made it clear that things are still in the early stages; hardly a surprise considering the company was only recently snapped up by Codemasters.
"We’re only going to start work on it at the end of the month, so it’s going to be a while before we announce anything,” he commented.
Evolution has revealed a few basic tidbits on the new title, confirming it’ll be a new racing IP and will release for multiple platforms. Up until now, the company was owned by Sony where it produced a number of PlayStation-exclusive franchises, including the hugely successful MotorStorm series for the PlayStation 3.
Sony announced last month that it had decided to shutter the British developer after more than a decade under the SCE Worldwide Studios umbrella. Despite the studio now operating as a multiformat developer with Codemasters, Evolution has said that PS4 will remain a key part of its strategy moving forward.