Pacific Drive feature

Run-based first-person driving survival game, Pacific Drive, coming to PC in 2023

Ironwood Studios has announced that its run-based, first-person driving survival game, Pacific Drive, will release on PC in 2023. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team has released a new trailer that you can find below.

In this Pacific Drive, your car is your only companion as you navigate a surreal and anomaly-filled reimagining of the Pacific Northwest. Structured as a “road-like”, each excursion into the wilderness brings unique and strange challenges, as you restore and upgrade your car from an abandoned garage that acts as your home base. With the car as your lifeline, you’ll unravel a long-forgotten mystery as you make your way to the heart of the Olympic Exclusion Zone.

Here are the game’s key features:

  • First-person run based driving survival gameplay
  • Form a unique bond with a fully customizable car that develops its own quirks and personality
  • Tense driving from behind the wheel, with moments of vulnerability when you step out to gather resources and make repairs
  • From your upgradeable garage, each repeatable trip into the Zone is unique and randomized
  • Systems driven gameplay that allows for player freedom, creativity, and experimentation
  • Unravel a long-forgotten mystery of the Olympic Exclusion Zone as you explore a surreal and anomaly filled version of the Pacific Northwest
  • Original score by Wilbert Roget, II and featuring 15+ licensed songs

Enjoy!

Pacific Drive - State of Play Sep 2022 Reveal Trailer | PS5 Games

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