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All of which wasn't enough to save developer Evolution Studios, sadly, but given the trials of Driveclub this is a bunch that's used to facing up against a little adversity. When Sony decided to draw the curtain on 17 years of making racing games for the Runcorn outfit, the story didn't end there and now, over 18 months on from Evolution Studio's closure, the same team works out of the same Cheshire studio in the same genre.
"Sony wanted to support us and do what they could so we could stay together as a team," says Paul Rustchynsky, Driveclub's game director and the man who oversaw its transformation from its troubled early days to its final form. "Most of us had worked together - I've been here 13 plus years, some of the guys have been here even longer, and we love working together. We've got a shared passion for making racing games, and we wanted to do whatever we could to keep the team together and move on. The great thing was Codemasters happened to be looking for a new studio, we spoke to them and they wanted the whole team - it was a seamless transition."
Motorstorm and Driveclub developers' new racing game Onrush has a release date
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The team behind MotorStorm and Driveclub has announced a 5th June release date for Onrush, its shiny new PlayStation 4 and Xbox One racing game.
Onrush is the first game to come from Sony's former Evolution Studios team since it was saved from being shut down by Codemasters.