river delivers heart-pounding, clutch-your-seat action while putting you squarely behind the wheel of America's most wanted getaway car.
Driver brings all the adrenaline-charged action of a heart-stopping, Hollywood-style car chase, propelling you along a high-speed, all-out thrill ride through the wild streets of four major U.S. cities. True-to-life modeling of automobile physics, ultra-realistic environments, cutting-edge graphics and revolutionary replay mode allow you to experience the most elaborate, realistic interactive driving experience imaginable.
Assuming the identity of an undercover cop named Tanner, you'll sell your services as a driver-for-hire to the highest bidder in order to infiltrate a powerful crime ring spanning four of the nation's largest cities - New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Miami. But a great getaway driver is only as good as his equipment. That's why Driver has a selection of 70's style slam-you-back-into-your-seats raw power, performance-packed, muscle cars.
You'll experience realistic car handling, complete with damage modeling and true, real world physics reactions on all cars. The cars lose tires during high-speed cornering and crash and deform when they slam into objects. Further enhancing the white-knuckle experience of Driver is the ability to change views on the fly. Multiple views allow you to experience the pedal-to-the-metal action from behind the dashboard, where you can look out both side windows for an escape route, or check things out from a third person, behind-the-car perspective.
Extensive pre-production filming of each city brings home an unprecedented level of realism to the interactive arena, where you can clearly pick out such notable landmarks as the Empire State Building, Golden Gate Bridge and South Beach. In addition, each city has working traffic lights, wandering pedestrians who manage to get in the way, moving traffic and vigilant cops on patrol, making getaways more challenging and dynamic, immersing you in a world that lives life on the edge.
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