"We are immensely proud of how the game is developing," says the game's Facebook page, "and we're confident you'll see why when we show you more."
Remember DriveClub, the would-be PS4 launch title that vanished into the never-know-where back in October 2013, and Shuhei Yoshida gave out free copies of Contrast to sweeten the pill? At the time Yoshida claimed it would be worth the wait, and if the developers are to be believed the wait is almost over. But if you were wondering whether this announcement comes with any kind of actual release date, keep on hoping.
Says the official Facebook post:
We know you want news about DriveClub. We are going to bring you up to speed with a full #DRIVECLUB update soon, because we are immensely proud of how the game is developing and we're confident you'll see why when we show you more.
We are also really grateful for your ongoing support and enthusiasm. Your comments, tweets and emails are a huge source of motivation for the team and you keep us fired up and working hard to achieve our ambitions for the game.
Expect an official release date, full game details and new videos in the weeks to come. We'll be here to take questions and to chat to you too, so share a message with us and keep following for more updates. We're looking forward to showing you more!
Showing us more, maybe at E3? We'll find out soon enough. This comes not long after development studio Evolution confirmed lay-offs, promising that those lay-offs wouldn't affect development. Looks as if that was the shedding of the excess just before release; here's hoping DriveClub really is worth the wait.
Source: DriveClub Facebook